Actually if he is "selling" anything it is a much more capable unit FDA approved for Doppler ultrasonography of the deep cerebral veins, which as I understood it required proprietary software. I am kind of hoping to get scanned with that beastie someday.
The paper discusses these veins in detail, and I believe, even though they have somehow been deprecated in CCSVI officialdom, they will prove to be key to understanding the true nature of the cerebral part of this problem. In fact, the correspondence shown between disability and reflux is astounding. Has anyone seriously tried to reproduce this, or is it in the "we're not going to get *that* involved" category, with enhancing lesions? The testers who have been to the course seem to have no problem detecting reflux. Some others even seem to be able to do it.
Let's fish or cut bait. The bait's going to be deceased, defunct, departed, expired, extinct, inanimate, offed, inert, it will be late bait, lifeless, no more, it will have perished, it'll be stiff, wasted, at the end of the bait-road, bereft of bait-life, bait-belly up, baiting the big one, baiting the dust, baiting the farm, it will have ceased to bait, gone to meet it's baiter, it will have joined the choir invisibule, kicked the bait-bucket, passed away, pushing up bait-daisies, rung down the bait-curtain, shrugged off its mortal coil, sleeping with the other bait, snuffed it, stone dead; this bait will be too late to cut. So let's fish. Eh?
"Try - Just A Little Bit Harder" - Janis Joplin
CCSVI procedure Albany Aug 2010
'MS' is over - if you want it
Patients sans/without patience
I am not a doctor. Do not take anything I say as medical advice.