Zivadinov and his colleagues published a paper on the prevalence of these abnormalities in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients in 2011. The paper is one of the top ten articles in neurology and the second most cited paper in neurology since its publication, according to Neuropenews, the news blog of the European Federation of Neurological Societies and the European Neurological Society.
Think of the citations.
The research being done in CCSVI is foundational in nature. The big names -- Zamboni, Zivadinov, Haacke, Hubbard, Sclafani, Siskin, et al -- are doing work that will cited countless times in the years and decades ahead.