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CCSVI UPDATED 2016 -

Greetings. I intend to post the following paper on Daily Kos on March 2, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. CET (Paris time) which is 8:30 a.m. PST, (11:30 am EST) I believe to consult the post one must register and then look up Diaries (I doubt my post will pop up on the front page.)
Title: Multiple Sclerosis: CCSVI Updated 2016
Author: Verokos
Posted: 5:30 p.m. CET
The time may be slightly off if I've mishandled ...
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BIG THING!!! ANOCTAMIN-2 AND ENDOTHELIAL CELLS !!!

Anoctamin-2 is a protein expressed in muscle cells and venous endotelium. You can read about it here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calcium-a ... de_channel (Anoctamin)

And why do I post this? Because of this new article:

http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/ ... 3113.short

The authors have screened plasma samples from patients with MS looking for autoimmune cells and they have found some of them, but not against the CNS. They have ...
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New article by Marian Simka

PDF fully available at:
http://www.termedia.pl/Journal/-76/pdf- ... recent.pdf

Submitted: 21.11.2015
Accepted: 21.11.2015

ABSTRACT

This review summarises current knowledge on the lymphatic system of the brain.

It has long been believed that the central nervous system is characterised by the lack of a lymphatic system and that the role of the lymphatic system is played by cerebrospinal fluid.

Recently, research has shown that not only is the brain equipped with its ...
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Leukoaraiosis and MS lesions appear in the same places

From the new article: https://brain.oxfordjournals.org/conten ... ain.awv398

They explain that in the aging patients, damage is produced not only by the MS underlying condition, but also by the normal leukoaraiosis process
"Thus, periventricular white matter damage in patients with progressive multiple sclerosis is not only due to axonal transection in plaques, but also to age-related injury"

They also say that both kind of lesions are similar:

"It is currently ...
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the sooner the better

http://transmedreports.org/index.php/vl ... /view/5400

May symptoms of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency be improved by venous angioplasty? An independent 4-year follow up on 366 cases

Pietro M. Bavera
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4081/vl.2015.5400
Pietro M. Bavera
Vascular Surgeon at the University of Milano; Vascular Imaging Diagnostician for Medick-Up Vascular Lab, Milano, Italy |

Abstract
The aim of the study was to collect results from 366 chronic cerebrospinal venous ...
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Quantifying CCSVI

One of the markers of progress with CCSVI research is that we are seeing quantification. Here's an abstract:
http://phl.sagepub.com/content/early/20 ... 6.abstract

Impact of CCSVI on cerebral haemodynamics: a mathematical study using MRI angiographic and flow data

LO Müller1,2
EF Toro2
EM Haacke3,4
D Utriainen4

1Computer Science Department, National Laboratory for Scientific Computing, LNCC/MCTI, Petrópolis, RJ, Brazil
2Laboratory of Applied Mathematics, Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of ...
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support for Dr. Arata's theory

http://jet.sagepub.com/content/22/4/647
edited to add another article: http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/25789986

I disagree with what Dr. Arata posited a few years ago, which was that ballooning the jugulars stimulated the autonomic nervous system and thereby caused improvements regardless of the removal of blockages. This article is an argument by Dr. Zohara Sternberg of Buffalo that agrees with Dr. Arata. The idea is that MS is causing autonomic ...
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Parkinson's and veins?

I seem to recall seeing some images of a brain with Parkinson's disease with a vein connection.

But I can't seem to find the study so was hoping someone might recall it?

For a friend.

Donnchadh
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Bartonella and CCSVI connection

Bartonella causes small vessel disease and Neurovascular problems. The bacteria live in the endothelial cells. Could Bartonella be a cause of CCSVI?

http://townsendletter.com/July2015/bart ... 715_3.html

https://youtu.be/6OdP8Jndnyk
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Cerebral Vasculitis is prerequisite for MS Lesion Genesis

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ch ... 473044.pdf

The classic acute inflammatory response is typified by a mandatory vascular inflammation and there is considerable
evidence conclusively demonstrating cerebral vasculitis in early MS pathology.
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