Multiple sclerosis, yet confirmed the anomalies of jugular venous
It ‘was published in the September 8 issue of the prestigious journal Phlebology a new study by a team of vascular surgeons at the University of Belgrade (Serbia), entitled “Morphological and hemodynamic abnormalities in the jugular veins of patients with multiple sclerosis.”
Recently, in addition to the well-known autoimmune theory has emerged a new theory that explains the etiology of additional multiple sclerosis, based on multiple areas of stenosis and different levels of obstruction
“After numerous calls received by relatives and family members with multiple sclerosis, the Canadian government, on the sidelines of the meeting of the Scientific Working Group on CCSVI and MS by the green light to funding for clinical trials by the Zamboni. Professor Ferrara has long been revealed in fact a possible correlation between chronic venous insufficiency and cerebro-spinal multiple sclerosis and, with colleague Fabrizio Salvi, has developed an intervention that helps to free the obstruction of cerebrospinal veins.
This was announced by Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq Canada: “Our government has always made clear its willingness to provide funds, but More >
After further examination (triplex of jugular veins) my veins are still open and in perfect health. The triplex showed no restenosis and excellent flow. We observed again the membranes in the left and right jugular but it was only the remains of what was left after they were torn during the liberation procedure.
Approximately 72 days of ups and downs there seems to be a more steady improvement: 1. Greater strength in walking is a clear and a more standing position while walking as well. Bending legs easier, less feeling of heaviness. 2. No dizziness after swimming. 3. Very deep More >