Now that this is on youtube, no excuse not to send it to your local interventional radiologist...
My favorite quote is from part 2.
"Global symptoms attributable to MS, but not referrable to a specific anatomic loci or demyelinated plaque ( ie: fatigue, headache, heat sensitivity, brain fog, urinary urgency, etc.) show short term improvement and in some cases completely resolve. This suggests that these particular MS symptoms may be more accurately categorized as related to venous obstruction.
Can you possibly prevent further deterioration and alter the trajectory or the tempo of the disease progression by providing a better blood brain barrier by reducing this venous obstruction...?"
We have seen this first hand. As Jeff sleeps thru the night (no more urgent bladder, no more sleep apnea or spasms) awakes refreshed, and works full days (no more cog fog or crippling fatigue) and has not had any progression or relapses since his procedure. We believe his disease course has been altered, and he has indeed seen relief now that his venous obstruction is removed.
please view this important presentation. It's all there...
Husband dx RRMS 3/07
dx dual jugular vein stenosis (CCSVI) 4/09