Yes they are. Glad they are corrected, though I'm confused as to why there still is no flow? Can I ask, what were your first MS symptoms, when were you diagnosed, how rapidly did you progress at the beginning (it'd be interesting since your flow is so bad).
Of course you can. The first symptom was optic neuritis which never really cleared up, and an isolated bought of weakness in my legs when cycling to the chip shop for my gran. That was seven or eight years ago and today I'm a wheelchair user so it has been pretty aggressive.
So pretty bad blood flow (CCSVI) ... pretty aggressive course of MS ...
interesting ... VERY interesting.
CCSVI (*) degree of severity of CCSVI (*) time = severity of MS
100% * 9 (out of 10) * 7 years = aggressive MS
often times the simplest solution is the right solution.
Thanks for your response L
I guess the equation is redundant when you think about it, but ... but I'm trying to give a simple math lesson. Besides, it's all going to work out in the near future (and it'll come from doctors, not simple engineers good at math).
Obviously this equation isn't going to be the equation for ALL patients ... certainly there are probably ways to get MS that aren't CCSVI related ... but so far it seems to work for MOST patients. (and as we've been reminded, there's no ALL in science).
you can't say ALL humans are men OR women.
you can't say ALL cats are born with one head.
you can't say ALL water is H2O
but you can say MOST ...