Trish317 wrote:Cece wrote:Fat-induced vascular problems is a previous theory.
Congenital truncular vascular malfomations is the current theory of ccsvi.
It seemed important to keep that clear.
I think it's also important to remember that, until recently, the technology did not exist to identify or treat the vascular malformations.
1eye wrote: They're all just theories, until they make a difference in your life. Then they are facts.
As an overall scheme for CCSVI, I think this theory is much more reasonable than congenital CCSVI.
But I'm not sure where some of the malformations found when doing Liberation procedure would fit into the fat-induced theory--I see them as not congenital, but environmental--that is, dietary deficiencies as underlying cause.
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