I think the major reason for the reservation of neurologists and the lack of google-search-results is due to the novelty of this approach.
I think the Bologna conference shows that there is some serious interest in the new CCSVI field - 150 neurologists where in the audience.
From the papers/statements of Bologna I assume that they are seriously trying to establish an interdisciplinary (vascular, neurological, radiological, surgical) network to scientificly further clarify the role of CCSVI in MS.
While I'm with you, that its not the best choice to overhype CCSVI at the current stage, I would argue, that your presumption
They do not believe in this theory because their years of experience and knowledge tells them it is Bolonga, I mean baloney.
is not well-founded.
1. I believe many neuros are not even willing to take the time to seriously evaluate the current state of science/publications for CCSVI in MS.
2. I do think that most neuros dont have sufficient interdisciplinary expert knowledge/experience to assess the validity of the CCSVI approach all by themself.
3. At the current stage I dont see a major contradicting point that would justify calling the CCSVI approach a baloney.
Treatment: Gilenya since 01/2011, CCSVI both IJV ballooned 09/2010, Tysabri stopped after 24 Infusions and positive JCV antibody test, after LDN, ABX Wheldon Regime for 1 year.