Joge---this blog is wrong. It was posted on Facebook, and I've tried to clear up the innacuracies. What the German neurologists and also Dr. Chung in Taiwan discovered is internal jugular valve insufficiency when COMBINED WITH VALSALVA MANUEVER creating temporary transient global amnesia in some. This has NOTHING to do with what Dr. Zamboni discovered, which is extracranial venous stenosis and reflux WITHOUT VALSALVA. This has been a problem for many to understand, as even a few recent tests have employed valsalva manuever in doppler ultrasound to look for CCSVI.
Dr. Zamboni stresses that reflux is seem in the jugular vein and cerebral veins without valsalva, or pressing air against a closed airway. CCSVI is reflux and stenosis during regular breathing.
Dr. Zamboni discovered something new....it is not the same as IJVVI....
hope this clears up this incorrect blog post. Always go to the research, not blogs. For all of the published research and explanations, go to www.ccsvi.org
CCSVI Alliance discusses research with the doctors, not bloggers.