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RE CCSVI IN MS TESTMONIAL

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How CCSVI leads to SPMS

The French Neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot, practicing at the Parisian la Pitié-Salpetrière hospital, first described Multiple Sclerosis (Sclérose en Plaques) in 1868. Among other things, he defined MS as a “rigidity disorder”. He thus set the tone in the Neurology profession of an unfortunate prejudice towards MS patients by claiming their “rigidity” symptoms were psychological in origin - signs of neurotic (usually female) hysteria. I now believe it is just this rigidity which is at the ...
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CSF from MS patients produce "angiogenesis"

First evidence of in vivo pro-angiogenic activity of cerebrospinal fluid samples from multiple sclerosis patients.


Increased vascular density and endothelial cell proliferation have been demonstrated in multiple sclerosis (MS) white matter, as well as an elevated vascular endothelial growth factor expression was detected in reactive astrocytes of both active and inactive chronic demyelinated lesions and in sera of MS patients during clinical relapses. In this study, we have investigated the angiogenic activity of cerebrospinal fluid ...
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Matt Embry's new site

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New technology might allow for better imaging of CCSVI

Brains, veins and bones as you've never seen them: Scanner reveals gruesome, high-definition images of the human body

Next-generation GE scanners are being used by doctors in Florida
They hope to make medical scanning cheaper, easier and more accurate
Dubbed 'Revolution CT', the scanners beam x-rays through a patient's body from which a computer reconstructs a detailed image, slice by slice
Technology can build an image of a complete heart in a single heartbeat

By ...
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ISET conference 2015

Hardly anything of interest despite 5 days of sessions.
Wednesday 5:50 p.m. Central Venous Stenosis: Techniques and Results Dr. Trerotola
Wednesday 5:20 p.m. Stent Selection for Venous Recanalization Dr. Zwiebel
http://iset.org/program-2#day-v-wednesday
11:00 a.m. Venous Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: Diagnosis and Treatment Algorithms Dr. Comerota
11:40 a.m. Vascular Compressive Disorders: More Than Thoracic Outlet Syndromes and May-Thurner Syndrome Dr. Matsumoto
11:48 a.m. Central Venous Recanalization After Failure of Conventional Techniques Dr. Guimaraes
Tuesday ...
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Ashton Embry about the misconducts of some teams

The most recent negative Canadian CCSVI study, lead by University of British Columbia neurologist Dr. Anthony Traboulsee and published in The Lancet, did not utilize the original scientific protocol of Dr. Paolo Zamboni.
http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lance ... X/abstract

This new study displayed even further arrogance and audacity, by deviating from all other published venous and arterial studies, utilizing a false criteria to assess jugular vein stenosis.

Stenosis is routinely measured by ...
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MS AND THE VASCULAR CONNECTION

HI FRIENRDS READ THIS PLEASE
http://ccsviinms.blogspot.com.au/2013/1 ... -nest.html
regards
seeva
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PPMS can be passed to mice by CSF. IS PPMS DIFFERENT?

What do you think about this article? Is PPMS a different disease that RRMS/SPMS? Does it have an immune or chemical origin?

If this article is confirmed, I think we are in front of the major discovery in MS since CCSVI. The authors took CSF from PPMS patients and injected it into mice. They developed lesions while the CSF from RRMS patients had mostly no effect.

Progressive multiple sclerosis cerebrospinal fluid induces inflammatory demyelination, axonal ...
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