Hey I second it and this is how I suggest we might possibly set it up:
what if we have a sticky at the top with JUST links directly to the Zamboni papers and related papers?. I'm wearing my fingers to the bone looking up the online links to the same papers we keep referring to, it'd be so much better if we could say Zamboni '08 page 4 or whatever.
It could be like this:
Zamboni et al 2006 "The Big Idea; Iron dependant inflammation in MS"(make that a link)
This paper is the first one in which the theory about how MS lesions could potnetially be caused by a mechanism related to venous backjest is explained.
Zamboni et al 2007 "The .....
I will volunteer to go through the huge thread and mine the links if everyone agrees that is the way to do this best
as a crazy idea if we had a poll on it, it could be if you have had dopplers or referral for dopplers, did you a: speak to your neuro and get a referral for dopplers from him b: speak to your neuro and get no help, then seek care from a vascular specialist on your own c: seek care from a vascular specialist directly d: speak to another physician for referral (ie primary care)
The poll would perhaps make it easier for future people to decide how to go forward in terms of who to seek care from. MY GUESS is that few people seeking advice from neuros will get any help, and if we have a poll, unscientific as it is then people won't waste their time at the neuro if they are interested if it seems no neuro's are interested. It's just a thought I won't be the least bit bothered if it is a no go!