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A poor start on research, a fascination with replicating Zamboni's work on ultrasound, and a general, out of proportion, negativity to the concepts regarding the role of ccsvi as a cause of MS rather than as a method of symptom relief have distracted from good research partnerships.
It's been a busy month for MS research. I wanted to give a brief overview of the new publications coming out in vascular journals, linking CCSVI and MS to slowed cerebral blood flow, changes in cerebrospinal fluid flow and coagulation factors.
As much as neurologists and immunologists continue to claim this exploration is dead, finito, over---there are still dozens of publications in press or being published which ...
Multiple Sclerosis Journal 2014; 20: (S1) 285–496
ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS MSBoston 2014: Poster Sessions 2
Imaging of brain perfusion in multiple sclerosis and neurodegenerative disorders: association with endothelial factors. An interim analysis
E Tedeschi , R Lanzillo, M Mancini, C Russo, A Cianflone, R Liuzzi, S Cocozza, E Postiglione, G Palma, M Caprio, M Incoronato, C Criscuolo, V Brescia Morra, M Salvatore
Background: Among the factors contributing to brain damage in Multiple Sclerosis (MS), scientific evidences indicate ...
1) Professor, his experience in the diagnosis of CCSVI, in what percentage of patients with multiple sclerosis she has so far found CCSVI?
"I can not disclose the precise figure being the result of a recent work that is going to be submitted to an international journal. I say, however, that is more than 80%. "
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