Others, however, are unconvinced. “The sensitivity and specificity of Zamboni's ultrasound tests are so high that they are hardly believable”, says Richard Rudick, director of the Mellen Centre for MS at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (OH, USA). Similarly, Coles finds it “extremely surprising that Zamboni could distinguish different types of MS based on different patterns of venous abnormality”.
“Over the years, we have seen all sorts of claimed breakthroughs that have come and gone in the field of MS. We are yet to see whether this is one of them.”
- Richard Rudick, director of the Mellen Centre for MS at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation
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