MrSuccess wrote:Whomever described Dr. S's use of the word - desperate - as demeaning to pwMS ..... needs to listen to the presentation again ...
fernando wrote:I can downlod it but the file is only 4K in size. Any ideas?
THEGREEKFROMTHED wrote:whyRwehere wrote:<comment removed by moderator>
BELIEVE ME....I appreciate your opinion of which you are entitled; However, I have had the opportunity to be treated by Dr Sclafani. Prior to treating arteries and veins(38 years ) he and his partner were like "Batman and Robin" in the ER, and regularly brought people back from the dead. He is highly respected at the Hospital, highly regarded, really a regular guy to sit and talk to. Kings County is in Brooklyn for crying out loud. Not the neighborhood your kids are playing in the streets. He has to have tough skin for what he does. He was getting ready to hang up the instruments when he found out about this theory of CCSVI. It is like a breath of fresh air for him and he is genuinely intent on learning as much as he can to further this for us sufferers. (I.E. Italy trip, IRB application, etc) His bedside manner is overwhelmingly that of comfort. When you are on the table you can feel the confidence he exudes. Hate to tell you but the truth of the matter is there is a lot of people that talk out of their ass on this forum without factual substance. He is extremely knowledgeable in his field. You can't take that away from him. Believe me he doesn't need me to defend him because I really don't know shit about shinola, but if you get the chance to get treated, pray he is the one doing it this I know....
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2010 2:43 am Post subject: Reply with quote
1. Is a CT venogram the same as a venogram?
2. How much contrast dye (gadolinium?) is used? Where exactly is the dye released?
3. Does the venogram catheter always, sometimes or never go into the brain?
Ahhhh.. Sorry... I thought by "editing" you simply cut out his part, then when I saw his part was in English, I thought the rest of the presentations by Zasmboni etc were also in english, my boo boo.NHE wrote:That was the entire presentation. Unless, of course, you happen to speak Italian.
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