lodgernz wrote:Hi all, I had a link to a pdf of the Doppler protocol for CCSVI, presumably that of Dr Menegatti, but the pdf is broken. does anyone know where a good copy is please? I have the MRV protocol.
elaine wrote:hello i just got back from seeing Prof T and i have my appointment booked for the 6th April ....Yay i am so excited !!!!!
Thanks to all of you
drsclafani wrote:Dr. Zamboni’s theory makes a lot of sense to me and I think that others will come around to understanding his elegant and simple conceptIf you have resistance to outflow from the brain, you will develop reduction of inflow. Inflow to the brain is a good thing. The Buffalo group has determined that there is reduction of blood flow in MS. So I look at treating CCSVI as first and foremost a strategy to reduce resistance to blood flow in the brain. How else can you explain the sudden clinical symptom improvements one sees in some patients with MS. Reduction in cogfog, loss of tingling in a matter of an hour makes no sense unless it is related to improving blood flow.
Personally I suspect that the insufficiency leads to upstream effects that may result in the clinical manifestations called MS. Whether treatment of the CCSVI will make a difference in the long term needs to be determined and that is why long term expensive trials are required.
Salvatore24 wrote:Do I need to call the clinic back to get a referral or do I have to seek out a doctor on my own? (More than likely it will be Prof. T)
Rokkit wrote:Congratulations! It's weird how it feels so good to find out something's wrong with you.
call Prof Thomson 9076 2536 asap and make an appt. with Jan his PA.
Then, make appt with GP. Then bring results to GP, show him/her and request referral to Prof Thomson @ The Alfred.
Do not Pass Go
Do not collect $200
(you wont need it)
PS: These results indicate you probably are really one of Alien, Predator or Terminator...but which one?
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