eye research supporting CCSVI

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eye research supporting CCSVI

Post by Cece » Sun Dec 16, 2018 12:38 pm

https://eandv.biomedcentral.com/article ... 018-0123-0
Microvascular blood flow velocities measured with a retinal function imager: inter-eye correlations in healthy controls and an exploration in multiple sclerosis
Inter-eye arteriolar and venular BFVs do not differ significantly in HCs and are strongly correlated. Our findings support prior observations that arteriolar and venular BFVs may be reduced in MS eyes. Moreover, this seems to be the case in both MS eyes with and without a history of ON, raising the possibility of global blood flow alterations in MS. Future larger studies are needed to assess differences in BFVs between MSON and MSNON eyes.
Further studies needed...

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Re: eye research supporting CCSVI

Post by ThisIsMA » Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:28 am

Hi Cece,

Great find! I think you should share that eye study with Dr Sclafani and Dr Zamboni, in case they aren't already aware of it.

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