7. If you're still with me after all the disclaimers, be prepared to have one of the documented fantastic or even moderate results in either study mode 1 or 2.
chronic-cerebrospinal-venous-insufficiency-ccsvi-f40/topic19265.html#p186879The rate of transfer of nutrients (primarily oxygen and glucose) from the capillary bed into the brain fluid is proportional to the rate of blood
flow through the capillary bed. An obstruction of the extra-cranial venous drainage pathways may significantly reduce the supply of brain nutrients and potentially result in hypoxia.
Lars wrote:Sorry if this has already been addressed, but beyond Zamboni, Drake, etc, has there been any trials concerning CCVI? And is there any published work from the afore mentioned Doc's showing efficacy?
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