Lyon wrote:I didn't ask anything about "Inflammatory" and what I did write seemed to be addressed to Dr Sclafani.
Cece wrote:He said one day that he is toxically overextended until Christmas. Toxically!
Lyon wrote:I didn't ask anything about "Inflammatory" ....
Cece wrote:Dr. Sclafani, I have been wondering about something I read in a patient's blog of her procedure done by you. She said she was asked to raise her hands over her head (or maybe straight up?) when the azygous was being imaged. Did this help you see better? Does it increase blood flow to the azygous? I thought it was an interesting detail.
Malden wrote:Cece wrote:He said one day that he is toxically overextended until Christmas. Toxically!
I was toxically overextended last nigh too, celebrating the birth of my niece
Lyon wrote:Dr Sclafani,
It comes to mind that I don't and couldn't know the entire list of reasons behind the IUP's conviction that the problems are congenital and not accumulative damage, possibly even created by another aspect of the immune system attacking "self".
Obviously veins being crowded out by bony protrusions, muscles etc.. are just fate and human imperfections but, despite your not being part of the IUP decision, I'm wondering if you are aware of reasons which would absolutely preclude the possibility that a considerable number of venous obstructions couldn't have been the result of lesions formed by a progressive situation, such as an autoimmune attack?
Lyon wrote:I didn't ask anything about "Inflammatory" and what I did write seemed to be addressed to Dr Sclafani.Cece wrote:Lyon, I did a search on "not inflammatory," here are some of his previous responses:
and perhaps this one too, it includes the phrase "so you win lyon":
Lyon wrote:"without the inflammatory component"? It's already been ascertained that there isn't?Cece wrote: Without the inflammatory component, I don't see that you have any argument for how a CNS autoimmune attack could progressively cause malformations of the valves?I can wait for his response.....or he might decide not to respond at all.Cece wrote:He said one day that he is toxically overextended until Christmas.
Lyon wrote:Thanks for the response. Their use of the term "lesions" made me wonder, that's all.drsclafani wrote:but what do i know, i am toxically overloaded working two jobs on weekends to treat ccsvi
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