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MS: A Case of Poor Plumbing

I believe it will take at least one generation of Doctors, maybe two, to accept the idea that obstruction of the central nervous system fluid circulation is the cause of MS. Neurologists will have to discard the auto-immune theory, and they will have to call on other specialties to treat their patients. In other words, they will have to cede their MS territory.

Even though the Sonograms performed on me by two Parisian Angiologues revealed ...
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Bilateral Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss and CCSVI

Just found this on accident. Head scratcher. "CCSVI". Just rolls right off the lips in certain countries I guess...
:?

http://www.pietromariabavera.com/?p=109


Abstract
Objectives: We report a case of bilateral sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) in a patient suffering from chronic venous cerebrospinal insufficiency (CCSVI). Methods: Audiometric testing confirmed bilateral sensorineural hearing loss with hypoexcitability to caloric stimulation on the left side ...
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3 new MS drug trials-all address blood flow

Three new MS drug trials in the press this month.

If you ever wondered whether blood flow was important to brain health, all you would have to do is read about three new MS drug trials announced in the past month.

All three of these compounds have been shown in animal models of MS to reduce symptoms, reduce relapses and slow progression. All three have been touted as "neuroprotective."

And all three of these medications ...
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CCSVI treatment for MS after whiplash: Positive results?

Hello Everyone,

My MS was diagnosed a number of years after my car was rear ended at a fairly bigh speed resulting in whiplash which wasn't treated (and my neck has never been the same since).

I've read about the FONAR upright MRI study that found cerebrospinal fluid blockages in MS patients:

http://www.fonar.com/news/100511.htm

I'm wondering if this is my issue. And that brings me to the question, if that is my issue, would CCSVI angioplasty ...
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Possible connection with CCSVI and TMJ misalignment.

Link to testimonial and text below for those that can't follow the link. http://dramir.com/blog/

If anyone here communicates with Dr Arata and has his take on this it would be very interesting.





My wife has had PPMS for twenty two years. She has been told that there is no cure by the neurologists who are called the experts in MS. My wife has been completely paralysed to an extent ...
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CCSVI ad

Do You Really Have CCSVI?
Most MS patients have dysautonomia, not CCSVI. Learn the difference.

That's an ad that comes up when CCSVI is googled. It leads to Dr. Arata's webpage.
I believe it is erroneous to say that most MS patients do not have CCSVI.
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inside-out and outside-in models

I reproduce here below an article that I have found with a comparison about the main two families of theoretical models for MS. Inside-out and Outside-in, meaning if MS begins outside of the CNS (behind the BBB) or inside it.

I suppose that CCSVI would be in the outside-in family, together with the classic models. Something in the blood, outside the CNS, destroys the BBB. But there is other possibility. That something from the inside ...
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The Craniocervical Syndrome and MRI

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... 2427429118

Just released - authored by Dr Francis Smith, renown MRI specialist, a new textbook titled "The Craniocervical Syndrome and MRI". Dr Scott Rosa's chapter details his observations at the craniocervical junction. Important new information for those with neurodegenerative disease.

Sharon
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How come no one is posting about their CCSVI procure?

I haven't read any new posts about someone's recent CCSVI treatment. Are people not having it done anymore or am I looking in the wrong spots?
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