I have presented the CCSVI research to four neuros. They all asked the same question, "but how does this all cause the damage in the brain / immune attacks"cheerleader wrote:If anyone has had any other interesting comments from their neuros and others regarding CCSVI- please feel free to share them here-
CureOrBust wrote:I have presented the CCSVI research to four neuros. They all asked the same question, "but how does this all cause the damage in the brain / immune attacks"
I presented Dr Simka's original theories, and I think with the work Dr Haake is performing, something should be acceptable to them, to include in the above list.
Truncular Venous Malformations (TVMs) are formed as part of the later stage of embryonic development. This form of VM does not have mesencymal cell characteristics. Truncular lesions present as a fetal remnant- such as sciatic veins or superior vena cava malformations
Truncular venous malformation lesions are obstructive of dilated lesions: such as we see in IJV aneurisms or iliac vein stenosis. They are more serious to direct involvement of the venous system, and will bring about hemodynamic issues. Why has the jugular been ignored previously? Chronic venous congestions leaves more damage along its related organ or tissue. Venous congestion of the IJV is related to ischemia.
mrhodes40 wrote:Also, just for TIMS members FYI, I linked Cheer's notes from Bologna on the research page right at the top so we have them readily available as people will want to refer to them..............
daniel wrote:Do we have a link to Dr. Simka's explanation? I remember seeing it once but can't seem to find it again...
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