I came across this website (click here) relating to Dr Schelling's findings regarding CCSVI. You will see on this page (click here) he makes the following statement:
To prevent the development of “Dawson’s finger” projections, a ligature of the jugular vein carrying injurious venous back-jets into the center of the brain might form a simple method for curing an otherwise relentlessly progressing disease.
My understanding of CCSVI is rudimentary at best, but does this not contradict the liberation procedures that are being carried out? How does ligature effectively differ from stenosis?
Excuse me if I've missed something fundamental, but I would be grateful of any insight from those more familiar with CCSVI.