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Tina Marie Veach via Melissa Heilman Ewalt : Who is this doctor? I think that their test might need to be done again by someone who knows what they are looking for.

Two important new studies challenge the controversial hypothesis that venous congestion—chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI)—contributes to the development of multiple sclerosis (MS). This theory has resulted in many MS patients receiving experimental endovascular angioplasty, a treatm...

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  • Vous et Rachael Melissa Thomas aimez ça.
    • Tina Marie Veach I don't think this study will hold any ground without numbers. Plus the one doctor is a holistic doctor. Not the study I would base my opinion on.
      Il y a 13 heures ·
    • Brenda Raven it's not even a study without the numbers, and it's not back up by all the other studies. As I said before "several serious complications????" like we've been burying bodies in the back yard or something.
      Il y a 11 heures ·
    • Tina Marie Veach
      How do we account for this stark contrast? While the populations of MS patients and healthy subjects appear to be reasonably similar in all the studies, at least two major differences in methodology could account for the negative findings i...n the German/British study:

      As opposed to the other studies, it only examined the jugular veins high up, near the angle of the jaw, where additional veins, called collaterals, often branch off the jugulars to maintain blood flow even if there is a blockage. Moreover, as the exam was limited to the top of the neck, it would not have picked up decreased blood flow due to severe jugular narrowing lower down, especially at the base of the neck, near the head of the collar bone, where vein anomalies often occur and there is little or no collateral circulation to maintain blood flow.
      It assessed jugular vein narrowing in the “sagittal” plane (the ultrasound probe is placed parallel to the length of the vessel). The Zamboni technique uses the “transverse” plane ( the probe is placed at a 90 degree angle to the length of the vessel) to look for narrowing, webs, or abnormal valves that Dr. Zamboni believes are often missed in the sagittal plane examination.
      Thus, as exemplified by all the examples cited, no matter what field of science and medicine we consider, even minor differences in how studies are conducted can, and often do, produce opposing results. This leads to confusion, debate and, all too often, strong disagreement over the “right answer” to crucial issues.

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      Il y a 11 heures · · 1 personneSuzanne Walsh Augustt aime ça.
    • Brenda Raven wow we're going to have to start calling you 'dr. tina' :) my problem in the jugular was subclavical, so good point, they would have missed it, and did miss it in BC when I went for a scan
      Il y a 11 heures ·
    • Tina Marie Veach I didn't write that. I took it from the article that I posted the link to. I think that it's sad that some people will stop at anything to discredit the findings Zamboni had found.
      Il y a 11 heures · · 2 personnes2 personnes aiment ça.
    • Brenda Raven now ya see, you should have 'gone with the flow' and had a pay raise Tina!
      Il y a 9 heures ·
    • Tina Marie Veach HA ! I know right! These crazy ladies including the one I got this link from have accused me of taking payments for posting things about CCSVI on the NMSS page. I bet this girl was glowing when she found this. I had to get to the bottom of it. ;)
      Il y a 9 heures ·
    • Jennifer Crossfield Absoulutely absurd when MANY other studies, Zamboni and non Zamboni included, have stated the contrary! This is probably just another brick being placed infront of progress. I think there are many "posers" out there trying to protect their pay cheques! Neuro's, NMSS, doctors etc.
      Il y a 9 heures · · 1 personneChargement...
    • Brenda Raven There was one with Dr. Kostecki (who I saw) and dr. Simka saying it was over 92% of their patients that were stenosed and improvements were remarkable.....
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    • Tina Marie Veach
      I made the point it wasn't a venogram also. The study was done in 2008 so it's not like it's breaking news like they are making it out to be. Plus they have connections to Biogen and Teva from what I read earlier. The study by Doepp and col...leagues was funded by the German Research Foundation.

      One author reported speaking fees from Sanofi-aventis, Novartis, and Merck Serono.

      O'Looney reported no potential conflicts. Fox has had relationships with Biogen Idec, Teva, and Genentech.

      Primary source: Annals of Neurology
      Source reference:
      Doepp F, et al "No cerebro-cervical venous congestion in patients with multiple sclerosis" Ann Neurol 2010; DOI: 10.1002/ana.22085.

      Source: Medpage Today © 2004-2010 MedPage Today, LLC. (05/07/10)
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    When studies disagree: cancer treatment and CCSVI as examples

  • *Plus possible d'insérer de liens manuellement, je suis obligée de vous mettre le lien inactif, à vous de le copier coller dans un onglet pour l'ouvrir! Désolée, overblog déconne à mort ce matin!

    Real World Research to Provide HOPE

  • http://hopetrials.com/
  • *http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog/vmang/1/tpod.html
  • *http://www.torontosun.com/news/canada/2010/08/02/14902211.html
  • *http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2010/08/02/pei-ms-treatment-584.html
  • *http://www.thestar.com/opinion/editorialopinion/article/842649--wall-steps-up-for-ms-patients
  • *http://www.irmquebec.com/
  • *http://www.wheelchairkamikaze.com/2010/07/report-on-726-ccsvi-symposium.html?spref=fb
  • *http://thechronicleherald.ca/Editorials/1194914.html
  • *http://ccsvialliance.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=114%3Ams-patients-who-claim-to-have-benefited-from-treatment-for-ccsvi-are-only-experiencing-a-placebo-effect&catid=60%3Aaddressing-the-myths&Itemid=75
  • *http://www.theness.com/neurologicablog/?p=2172
  • *http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=147504088594506&id=100001258029163
  • *http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1162804-overview
  • *http://www.newstalk650.com/650/news
  • *http://ccsvi-ms.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
  • *http://www.msrc.co.uk/index.cfm?fuseaction=show&pageid=2952
  • *http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703787904575403160155710380.html?mod=wsj_share_facebook
  • *http://www.myliberationadventure.blogspot.com/

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