drsclafani wrote:a non-congenital form of ccsvi is one that is acquired, not congenital. This could be an inflammatory stenoses that could happen after multiple catheteirzations of jugular veins needed for hemodialysis, or due to cancers that compress the veins.
These causes of ccsvi are not clearly connected to MS. Rather they result in other sequellae, too complicated to speak about now.
Other sequellae...I am curious...I would have guessed that acquired CCSVI would have resulted in m.s.-like symptoms.
(I am sorry, I will hold off for a bit, so that I don't flood the thread with comments on older posts like this...I had no internet for 14 days, it is good to be back!!)