\sou wrote:CCSVI detection via dopler ultrasound is not a straightforward procedure. Instead of blaming Zamboni's "flawed" studies, they could simply do something more productive i.e. perform a neck plethysmogram. This would reveal that there is something really wrong with the flow.
It is easy to perform (2-3 button presses), no special training is required and it provides about 85% sensitivity.
I find all "Zamboni is evil", "CCSVI is trash" discussions really counter productive. Do you want to disprove Zamboni's research? Let a plethysmographer do it.
I personally think they should begin using a pair of those x-ray glasses that were sold in comic books when I was a little tyke! Better yet how about a comic book with a superhero named the "Liberator" in it who goes around the world on a flying "zamboni" diagnosing people with CCSVI via his super x-ray glasses!! Ahhh never mind... I am sure the present day comic book establishment would undermine my efforts at making even a cent off of this idea due to their dedication to their old worn out heroes like batman and superman!!