Lanie wrote:...“Our data set includes a number of ultrasound parameters not included in the Zamboni definitions,” explains A/Prof Chambers. “We intend to apply advanced statistical methods to determine which if any ultrasound variables are more prevalent in MS. Our results in healthy controls will also provide the best available venous ultrasound data to give a ‘normal range’ for comparison.”...
If their sonographer was trained in the Zamboni protocol they will find CCSVI - if it exists. Consistency and standardization in the protocol is what is needed for patients to get an accurate diagnosis. By changing or adding to the protocol based on their opinion only skews validity and ultimately affects patients getting treatment.
Or maybe they've just got good sonographers who don't press down too hard and therefore don't end up seeing things that aren't there?
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