MarkW wrote:dreddk posted:
I would say that the studies thus far show that congenital defects are actually quite common in the general population and no big deal.
This is not a logical conclusion. MS is a multi-factorial disease of unknown cause. It is possible that congentital defects in veins are one of the factors in MS, in people with a susceptabilty to MS but not in the general population. I have not read any research to prove or dis-prove the idea that congentital defects in veins are one of the factors in MS.
MarkW wrote:Stenosis only appears predominatly in those with LMS.
The paper excludes secondary progressive MS from LMS. Stenoses are definitely found in SPMS. So logically the statement cannot be derived from this study. MarkW
MarkW wrote:When did Prof Zamboni say that CCSVI causes MS ???
Prof Zamboni postulated that CCSVI was possibly involved in the causes of MS. This is quite different in scientific terms.
MarkW wrote:This subject requires precision not guesswork, hence my four points
having studied the whole of the paper:
MarkW wrote:Yes its a small study but helpful if you read the results, rather than the title and conclusions.
Changing the title of this thread is a good idea, dreddk.
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