MS and CCSVI: the neuroimaging perspective

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MS and CCSVI: the neuroimaging perspective

Postby Cece » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:02 pm

Publication Preview: Published February 3, 2011
American Journal of Neuroradiology


Multiple Sclerosis and Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency: The Neuroimaging Perspective
M. Filippi, M.A. Rocca, F. Barkhof, R. Bakshi, F. Fazekas, O. Khan, D. Pelletier, A. Rovira, and J. Simon

Nothing more is given. Have we seen a copy of this? It's just an editorial but I've been interested in what the neuroradiologists have to say, even if it is not positive. People with dural sinus irregularities in particular may need interventional neuroradiologists someday. Or those with very high hypoplastic jugulars, maybe those need to be handed over to the interventional neuroradiologists too?
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Postby 1eye » Sat Mar 12, 2011 8:40 am

questionable in terms of known pathophysiologic factors
established in MS

oh, piffle and doo-doo. Has nobody been talking about primary ischemia causing atrophy? Or hypoxia? Or iron deposition? I haven't memorized the whole list. Concomitant microcirculation disturbance? How about blood-brain-barrier breach, not just concomitant but a direct cause of MS, MS symptoms and MS progression and MS characteristic damage, and a direct result of the primary ischemia known as CCSVI? Bull doo-doo, aka ferilizer.

Let's get a little real.
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