I really like your presentation. Just have a few comments:
1) Restenoses can occur up to 50% of the time, but this is in the internal jugulars only (if done with angioplasty) Azygous has a very small chance to restenose.
2) Kuwait government has decided to treat all its 600 MS patients with CCSVI angioplasty at the rate of 10 a day, maybe worth mentioning.
3) To my knowledge the countries which have at least one clinic testing and treating for CCSVI (apart from others which you mention) are:
Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, India, Jordan, Kuwait, Mexico, Spain, UK and USA
4) Sorry, I did not see in your presentation the follow up testing that you will have. Any Doppler or venography in the future?
5) You might also want to briefly mention the ongoing clinical trials on CCSVI. That is those which are testing for incidence of CCSVI in MS and other neuro conditons and the trial by Buffalo University and Zamboni which are actually testing the impact of the liberation procedure on MS patients.