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"Perhaps the most striking finding in our study was the range of venous outflow anomalies detected that did not reflect pathology, but instead demonstrated the large natural variance in intracranial and extra-cranial venous anatomy," write the authors, led by Fiona Costello, MD, Department of Clinical Neurosciences and Surgery and the Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Science Objectives for Everyone
On Earth, blood flows down from a person’s brain back toward the heart thanks in part to gravity, but very little is known about how this flow happens without gravity’s effects. Many crewmembers report headaches and other neurological symptoms in space, which may be related to the absence of gravity acting on blood flowing through the ...
Curiously, none had gone to Italy – even though Zamboni and his proteges there have established busy venoplasty programs for MS patients.
Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency in Multiple Sclerosis: The
Hydrostatic-Immune Paradigm and the Flow Cytometry as a Diagnostic Tool
In recent years, chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) has been associated with multiple sclerosis
(MS). Balloon angioplasty of the affected veins (internal jugulars, azygos) has been proposed as a treatment
method, with controversial results. The conflict is based on how a primarily immune disease can be affected ...
Claviculectomy for subclavian venous repair: Long-term functional results
The purpose of this study was to determine the long-term functional results after medial claviculectomy and venous patch angioplasty or bypass grafting using internal jugular vein after incomplete thrombolysis of effort thrombosis of the subclavian vein.
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