Can inflammation of head / neck arteries cause skin lesions on scalp, neck, head, face, cervical spine?

Yes. Especially inflammation of small to medium sized arteries. Normally, you will also find lesions in other parts of the body.
Possible shingles. If you have blistery lesions all on one side of your neck scalp and face i would be concerned about shingles. You should see a doctor asap as starting antiviral treatment can lessen the extent and severity of involvement. Temporal arteritis can cause tenderness of the face and scalp, skin lesions are not typical.

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What can block the return flow of blood from head in neck and what symptoms would present? Inflammation of head and neck arteries - cause or effect?

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How fars cervical spine go up back of head, have neck prob, alotof headaches, an fell, it feels like my spine but it goes half way up back of head/skull,?

That's about right. The neck or cervical spine is a common source of headaches, especially headaches that are bothered by moving the head, or headaches that originate in the back of the head. The cervical spine reaches up to about the ear or jaw level in the back. Hopefully this helps you consider this possibility a bit. Read more...