Direct-MS wrote:Of course such data might be interpreted to mean CCSVI develops as MS progresses but if one accepts the consensus opinion of the vascular researchers that the vascular malformations that constitute CCSVI are congenital, then the hypothesis that CCSVI makes MS worse (as opposed to the hypothesis that MS makes CCSVI worse) would be the best one.
This is one more solid reason that one would want CCSVI resolved asap.
Lesion etiology is non-specific (congenital/hereditary, osseous impingement, arterial compression, post-inflammatory, arachnoid granulation, etc., alone or in combination
Direct-MS wrote:This is one more solid reason that one would want CCSVI resolved asap.
cheer wrote:We may find that some people can tolerate their particular malformation until an event happens (EBV infection, injury, stress related incident, endothelial disruption) when the reflux becomes exacerbated.
Cece wrote:Direct-MS wrote:This is one more solid reason that one would want CCSVI resolved asap.
I hope to be half as convincing as you are here when I talk to my neurologist about this next week.
L wrote:Good luck with that. Is he/she reasonable and open minded do you think?
L wrote:Wow, that's great Cece. I get the feeling that this is quite unusual!
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