That is the safest way I think, but another quick way for those of you that have a two button mouse (ie mostly windows), you can "right click" on a link (in most common browsers), and then select "Copy Shortcut" from the pop-up menu, and then paste it (Ctrl-V on the keyboard in windows, or right click and select "paste") into your reply.NHE wrote:However, a simple copy will not pick up the characters in the URL that are not displayed. The work-around is to click edit on your prior post and copy and paste from there.
The venous system, like the arterial system, has many redundant and alternative flow patterns that can withstand occlusion of one or more veins.
Cece wrote:The venous system, like the arterial system, has many redundant and alternative flow patterns that can withstand occlusion of one or more veins.
This is a quote from the article and I believe it to be the big question of CCSVI.
(Can the system withstand the occlusion of one or more vein? At what point do redundancies and alternatives fail? My own experience that, even with a now-fully-functioning right jugular, having my little left jugular re-opened resulting in improvements says to me that even one occlusion in one major vein (jugular) can have an effect, particularly if the organ it drains is already in a precarious state from previous damage.)
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