Prince Pierre Chronic Cerebro - Spinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI)
Chairperson: P. Zamboni
P Zamboni: Chronic Cerebro - Spinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI):
a new vascular picture
M. Simka Poland: The link between venous and immune system
B. Weinstock Guttman: CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis
R. Galeotti: Endovascular treatment of CCSVI: technique and results
F. Salvi: Endovascular treatment of CCSVI: clinical results on associated
NHE wrote:I'm curious what other options there are to stent insertion. In effect, we know that Dr. Michael Dake at Stanford is inserting stents to correct the CCSVI stenoses. We also know that Dr. Zamboni is using a different surgical procedure that does not require stents. However, do we know exactly what Dr. Zamboni is doing surgically? Is it a one time fix? Does it require continual use of blood thinners, e.g., Plavix, comparable to the stent insertion procedure?
so, maybe you should also be concerned how soft the pillow you sleep on is.mrhodes40 wrote:And yes Ken I wonder too about the impact on the pressed tissue, didn't think to ask before the procedure. Somebody ask that !
And also...how or who do we get to go to this symposium conference thingy so we can find out what they say?
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