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Go Fund Me again...

This is cross-posted from General Discussion, because some only read the CCSVI forum. Plus, I am inordinately proud of my prototype...

I have decided on the RGB Shades which was a successful Kickstarter project. I am nearly ready to start using them. I have bought an Arduino and a little daughter board with an accelerometer and gyroscope on it. There is also a thermometer on the same chip but I don't think I'll need it. ...
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girl with anti-MOG and venous sinus trombosis

Everything is together in this case. Venous sinus trombosis, auto-anitbodies (anti-MOG) and CSF hypertension.

http://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/ ... ?aid=69423
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presence of common vascular malformations in MS

Vertebral hemangiomas in the thoracic spine of multiple sclerosis patients are connected with fewer demyelinating lesions at the same level. Possible impact on pathophysiology and clinical course

Mechanisms of angiogenesis regulate multiple sclerosis (MS) lesions’ evolution, displaying both neuroprotective and harmful effects.

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1 ... 16.1219079
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cortex lesions promoted by low flow of CSF

This is not written by conspiration theorists, but by neuropathologists:

"Demyelination in the cerebral cortex was related to inflammatory infiltrates in the meninges, which was pronounced in invaginations of the brain surface (sulci) and possibly promoted by low flow of the cerebrospinal fluid in these areas"

The topograpy of demyelination and neurodegeneration in the multiple sclerosis brain

http://brain.oxfordjournals.org/content ... 7.abstract
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7 Tesla MRI demonstrates vascular pathology in Baló’s concen

Any thoughts about this??

7 Tesla MRI demonstrates vascular pathology in Baló’s concentric sclerosis

http://msj.sagepub.com/content/19/1/120.abstract


Abstract

Baló’s concentric sclerosis (BCS) is an inflammatory demyelinating disease related to multiple sclerosis; its underlying pathology remains unclear. At 7 T MRI in a 19-year-old female BCS patient, microhaemorrhages and ectatic veins were found in T2 hyperintense regions, features which have not been previously reported in conjunction with BCS, and these findings may ...
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CCSVI exists again and this time is related to more problems

CHRONIC CEREBRO-SPINAL INSUFFICIENCY (CCSVI) IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) and MENIERE DISEASE (MD): SAME BACKGROUND, DIFFERENT PATTERN

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Da ... 0c7a6a.pdf



Abstract
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic disease of the Central Nervous System characterized by demyelinating lesions with a progressive loss of sensori-motor functions. Mèniére Disease (MD) is a disorder of the inner ear characterized by acute spells of vertigo, tinnitus and hearing loss with a progressive loss of vestibular ...
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Brain veins contract before a lesions starts to develope

This is a recent article. They have followed several patients by SWI MRI and they have found that lesion development begins with the contraction of a capillar vein.

New insight in perivenular lesion formation in MS on weekly susceptibility weighted images
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Si ... a8495e.pdf

SYNOPSIS

In this paper, we take advantage of a unique longitudinal MRI dataset acquired at weekly intervals on untreated multiple sclerosis patients.

We study the ...
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German researchers discover possible trigger for MS

And the trigger is a blood clotting protein !!!

German researchers discover possible trigger for multiple sclerosis
http://www.ms-uk.org/may18

For the first time scientists have been able to demonstrate a correlation between the blood coagulation system and the development of multiple sclerosis (MS), the University of Duisburg-Essen has announced.

If one has MS, the immune system attacks his own body and destroys certain parts of the nerve sheaths in brain ...
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Jugular stents gone terribly terribly wrong - advice please!

This is my first postthank you for letting me join your group. I do not have MS so I hope you do not mind me posting here.

However the past six months I have had stents inserted into my left and right jugulars. I have had nothing but serious complications, including a deep vein thrombosis in my left jugular and now I have come to find out my right stent is completely fractured and folded ...
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