the key to success is often letting someone think it was THEIR idea.
The next ISNVD meeting is in Orlando Florida next year by which time I hope to have at least one completed paper to contribute. Both Paulo Zamboni and Prof Mark Haake asked if I would be involved in the committees of the society and it will be a great honour to do so. The overwhelming feeling at the conference was one of great excitement.
One of the most impressive studies presented was by American Neurologist David Hubbard an expert of functional MRI scanning. This advanced type of imaging shows clear differences in blood flow between healthy normal patients and those with CCSVI.
The differences in flow are improved following angioplasty providing an objective measure of improvement which is difficult to achieve with other methods.
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