Lyon wrote:That's all well and good but the point is that you were as much as saying that the damage wouldn't be going on with "liberation".Cece wrote:Lyon, I don't feel that is necessary. Feel free to read my statement as being generally that, in MS, damage to brains and spinal cords occurs over time.
drsclafani wrote:Rokkit wrote:Dr Sclafani, I am wondering if you have done any looking in the lumbar plexus area yet. Dr Zamboni has mentioned a problem in some PPMS patients regarding veins down there that have never developed at all, thus there is no way to treat. What do you think about this problem and have you seen it yet?
I have not really focused on lumbar veins yet. I have seen some abnormal veins there but not complete absence of these veins.
I think that the drainage of the lower spine is very diffierent from the upper spine and am studying this area more closely to answer someone's question but I don't want to speak about this yet
Cece wrote:Found this way back on March 19th. Rokkit, well done. How did you know about Zamboni's interest in the lumbar veins? He must've mentioned it in an interview sometime? Makes me wonder what else someone here knows that could be of great use like this!
adamt wrote:i said i had a veno last month, but he said i must have a venogram a day before the angio
He said "i have to exactly plan my catheter movement"
i have sent him my images/video, so i cant see the importance of another venography.
You MUST have one done right before the procedure. Stuff moves. Why do you think the doctor said what he said about planning ? You don't want to use an old outdated map to get directions to drive across the country !
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