I have another neurologist dismissed the Zamboni's findings: He said he kind of heard about it in an email but wave it off.
What I don't understand is that those who have had the surgery reported physically tangible improvements in their symptoms, so are all these patients showing irrational exuberance ???
Hey MartaMartaPytel wrote:Who can I get in touch with so that I could go ahead with this? I understand the Professor is Polish as are my parents. Does anyone have an address/phone number for him. I am desperate to go ahead with this and need to get in touch with him to find out how the procedure works, how much it costs etc. If someone could send me this information I would be forever in their debt! Marta x
It's Dr Marian Simka you want, although I think
I think that there is quite a waiting list and he's bound to be inundated with emails so don't expect an immediate response. I think I remember that he is no longer booking appointments while a backlog is cleared so you may just receive an automated response.Adres szpitala w Katowicach:
Klinika Chirurgii Naczyniowej i Endowaskularnej "Euromedic"
Katowice ul "BARTOSZA" Głowackiego 10
There is a thread on Dr Simka here:
http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-8585-co ... tml++simka
"Central fever comes off in MS (like after arterial blockages or bleedings) through direct damage of the temperature center in the hypothalamus ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothalamus ). In venous MS it assumedly can be caused by direct pressure impulses in hypothalamic veins or liquor surges in the third ventricle. The resolution of MRV is yet too low to distiguish such causes. Because your internal jugular veins hardly have functioning valves, pressure increases of the superior vena cava (especially through strong muscle work of torso and arms) can push unhindered up against the brain. I've talked about this problem with Dr. Marian Simka in Bologna - I hope he works together with Dr. Zamboni in the complex of vein valve problems .
It also seems clear that vigorous movement may produce stent migration. Is this just for the first few weeks / months, or a lifelong concern? Am I correct in thinking that the lining of the vessels grows over the stent over time? Also, what about chiropractic manipulation of the neck? Would this be forever out of the question?
Thanks in advance to anyone able / willing to provide information!
The current stents are really not ment for veins and there are lot of side effects of blood thinning med, like Plavix and coumadin as well as aspirin. Aspirin you might hv to take it for lifetime and its very prone to create ulcers.
Please Please, evaluate option very carefully
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