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CCSVI Hydrostatic-Immune Paradigm

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Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency in Multiple Sclerosis: The
Hydrostatic-Immune Paradigm and the Flow Cytometry as a Diagnostic Tool
Abstract
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 ...
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Claviculectomy for subclavian venous repair: Long-term funct

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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.

They ligated the IJV, which drains the brain, to use it as a replacement vein for the subclavian vein, which drains ...
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International Clinical Trials Day on Tuesday 20th May 2014

I am sure many of us are aware of the importance of scientific evidence provided by clinical trials. True science requires the results of all trials to be published. Yet many Pharmaceutics companies do not do so. If you have not already done so it would be helpful to sign the petition at

http://www.alltrials.net/

I hope I have inserted the url correctly. I probably haven't.
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Neurologist Dr. Hubbard discusses FDA approved registry

Neurologist Dr. David Hubbard reviews the history and the future of the FDA-approved Hubbard Patient Registry for the treatment of CCSVI. Recorded at the ISNVD 2014 Conference - San Francisco, by CCSVI Alliance--

http://www.ccsvi.org

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Endothelium & food

If you have, or have access to, the streaming movie & TV service with a name starting with an n and ending with an x, there is a film there which says some interesting things about food and endothelial health. What they say about chronic diseases, autoimmune diseases, heart failure and cancer is interesting too. This film is called Forks over Knives. Their blurb says:
"According to the research of two food scientists, the popularity ...
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New--Treating CCSVI modifies endothelial dysfunction

Endovascular treatment of chronic cerebro spinal venous insufficiency in patients with multiple sclerosis modifies circulating markers of endothelial dysfunction and coagulation activation: a prospective study
http://journals.lww.com/bloodcoagulatio ... 99197.aspx

We performed a monocentric observational prospective study to evaluate coagulation activation and endothelial dysfunction parameters in patients with multiple sclerosis undergoing endovascular treatment for cerebro-spinal-venous insufficiency. Between February 2011 and July 2012, 144 endovascular procedures in 110 patients with multiple sclerosis ...
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TOS question

Haven't read up too much on it, but have a friend that was dx'd with a TOS variant involving subclavian vein compression from the costoclavicular ligament which lies between the first rib and clavicle. Myriad of CCSVI type symptoms and even into the spinal column. From what I've read it is correctable, just wondering what kind of specialist she should seek out. Ideas?
Thanks.
Mark
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/15768011/
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It worked for 3 mos then....

Then my vein got clogged again. Went 2 times to open it up again. Had pain, discomfort for 3 yrs with stents blocked. Got new vein ( from leg) last yr. No better, no worse.
Now going to StemGene for SCT in 2 Wks!
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renal denervation failed trial

There were comparisons to be made in the last few years between renal denervation and ccsvi venoplasty because they were two new endovascular procedures that had yet to be fully researched. Renal denervation seemed to be embraced by IRs to a greater extent than CCSVI venoplasty. I don't know if this failed trial will be the end of renal denervation, but it is a blow. If the comparison is the trajectory of a new endovascular ...
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New research- UV rays, nitric oxide and MS symptom relief

The sun is free. No prescription needed.
10-15 minutes of sunshine or UVB phototherapy sends Treg cells flowing from the lymph nodes to sites of inflammation in people with MS. People with MS had symptom relief in a study completed by German neurologists and published last week.

Regulatory T cells (Tregs), which are induced locally in the skin-draining lymph nodes in response to UVB exposure, connect the cutaneous immune response to CNS immunity by migration ...
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