retrograde jugular venous flow as a sign of innominate vein

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retrograde jugular venous flow as a sign of innominate vein

Postby sbr487 » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:33 am

* could not find a better subject **

This looks so close to CCSVI. The research seems to be done in 2002:

http://www.refdoc.fr/Detailnotice?cpsid ... raduire=fr
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Postby bestadmom » Mon Mar 29, 2010 5:33 am

There are many papers out there about ccsvi, but they are not related to MS until Zamboni made the connection.

I have several starting from the 1990's. One is about a woman ith IJV stenosis from dialysis, who developed neurological problems. Once the occlusion was ballooned and stented, her problems disappeared.
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Re: retrograde jugular venous flow as a sign of innominate v

Postby Cece » Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:17 am

here's a recent case study of a patient with CCSVI and an innominate vein hypoplasia
http://translate.google.com/translate?s ... i-ccsvi%2F
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Re: retrograde jugular venous flow as a sign of innominate v

Postby 1eye » Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:51 am

Yes, and this study also shows how refluxed blood does make it eventually back to the heart, through collateral or contra-lateral pathways, but first (in this case) it has to get across to the other side veins through the dural sinus. I imagine this was discovered while trying to treat symptoms, and a non-drug-based approach obviously worked. Of course this was before CCSVI, and before Dr. F met Dr. Z, resulting in the well-known ice-cleaning machine slide being shown at an MS Society presentation...

I think those lab mice need some doctors more than humans do.
The bottom line on MS is,,. They don't know what causes it. So they can't treat it. And this BUGS THEM.

I am not a doctor. Do not take anything I say as medical advice.
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