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CCSVI and cancer

Seems to uneducated me:
One of the known features of CCSVI (not saying anything about "MS") is the presence of many collateral veins. The reason for these, as discovered in studies concerning flow rates in collateral and jugular veins, is likely to be the presence of a stenosis, with resulting hypoxia, and the generation of replacement venous capacity to replace what was lost to the stenosis.

I have my own opinion that the collateral ...
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"MS" is the n-word of the medical world.

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.

"MS" is the n-word of the medical world.

I hope I will be forgiven my negativity, whether it is out-of-proportion or not. I have some deep connection ...
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New research on CSF, 3rd ventricle, coagulation in CCSVI

New research breakdown for September 2014--from my blog:

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 ...
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Imaging of brain perfusion: ECTRIMS Poster

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 ...
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CSF flow is abnormal in MS

I don't know if this is related to the study of Fonar and Dr. Rosa, but sounds similar. No amplitude difference found, but irregular timing was found instead.

Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Dynamics in Multiple Sclerosis Patients through Phase Contrast Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

We studied cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow dynamics at the cervical level in association with internal jugular veins (IJV) flow for 92 patients with multiple sclerosis ...
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Venous embryology ... onditions/

Useful for understanding how the deep veins, including the jugulars, form and how that process can go wrong.
Among the image examples are two by Zamboni and Galleoti.
Written by Dr. Lee at the George Washington University of Medicine in Wash DC.
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interview of Prof Farina of Italy ... no-farina/
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%. "

Google Translate is necessary for those of us who do ...
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'Healthy' Diets Don't Seem to Reduce MS Risk ... term=Daily

In fact, it was the unhealthy typical Western diet that showed a tendency towards being associated with a reduced risk of MS.
It was a vast study, looking at 185,000 women to suss out the ones who did go on to develop MS.

It seems possible that those who were in the preclinical stages of MS might have already taken steps to eat healthier in hopes ...
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Where are the better clinic...Italy or Poland?

Hi all,

I know Zamboni is Italian, but ive always heard more about Polish clinics, possibly because more procedures have been carried out there?

What are your opinions?
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PREMISE negative results

Somehow I missed this. It looks like bad news, though now the question is why some people are responders while others are not.

We report the results of the investigation of safety and efficacy of venous angioplasty in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) with findings of extracranial venous anomalies, considered hallmarks of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI), in a 2-phase study ( NCT01450072).

Phase 1 was ...
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