CCSVI Liberation procedure in India

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CCSVI Liberation procedure in India

Postby LiberationTreatmentIndia » Thu May 13, 2010 3:11 am

This is a whole new approach for treating the patients with Multiple Sclerosis. In recent days it has become a new hope for millions of Multiple Sclerosis patients across the world. Dr. Paolo Zamboni, a former vascular surgeon and professor at the University of Ferrara in northern Italy developed this procedure while he was trying to understand the underlying causes for the condition which his wife was into ,a Multiple Sclerosis patient.

Doctors and hospitals across the world are developing necessary infrastructure and the expertise required to perform this procedure with good outcomes.

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The Procedure

It all started with the Dr. Paolo Zamboni’s search to find out the root cause of debilitating condition of his wife who was suffering with Multiple Sclerosis. After studying many patients suffering from the same condition, he found that that almost all of them had a narrowing, twisting or outright blockage of the veins that are supposed to flush blood from the brain.

Further Dr. Paolo Zamboni found that whichever patient had this condition, had a high level of deposition of Iron in the veins. Lack of free flow of the blood to the brain possibly explaining the symptoms of MS. Now the idea was to open up such blocks and allow the free flow of blood through veins to brain. This is the reason why this procedure is called as Liberation Procedure. This is done in the similar way as it is done in Coronary Balloon procedure. The patient may have single blockage or multiple blockages. Accordingly the treatment is decided.
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Postby scorpion » Thu May 13, 2010 6:16 am

Wow!!!!! More info please!!!!!!Thank you so much for posting!!!!!
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