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CCSVI: One month after


I did a blood test which came out very good. I am stopping the anticoagulant “Innohep” injection and starting anti-thrombotic Salospir (100mg) for three months. This is a low dose aspirin. Improvements are the same with ups and downs, sometimes more stiffness and a feeling of heavy foot, sometimes less.

Very deep and relaxing sleep continues, so half of the day is very good but there is a “fall” in te afternoon. Niacin “works” much better compared to the past (the redness reaches from head to the lower parts of the foot). I stopped getting up to go to the More >

CCSVI: Two Weeks after


* 1 week after: Very deep sleep. It seems I need to sleep early at nights AND noons. Improvements in mobility have been confirmed from my wife during a trip. Faster and steadier mobility, walking without bending.

* 2 weeks after: Still deep sleep. No dizziness after swimming. Very good balance with closed eyes something I notice while I am on the shower. There are ups and downs but they do not reverse the general image.

Other things I notice without being sure if they are related to CCSVI: No signs of allergies (I had a few this time of More >

Dr Zamboni’s work: What your doctor should read


Zamboni P., 2006: The big Idea: Iron-dependent inflammation in venous disease and proposed parallels in multiple sclerosis. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, Vol. 99, Nov. 2006, pp. 589-593.

Zamboni P. et al., 2007: Intracranial Venous Haemodynamics in multiple Sclerosis. Current Neurovascular Research, Vol. 4, No. 4, Nov. 2007, pp. 252-258

Menegatti E. and Zamboni P., 2008: Doppler Haemodynamics of cerebral Venous Return. Review Article, Current Neurovascular Research, Vol. 5, No. 4, Nov. 2008, pp. 260-265.

Zamboni P. et al., 2008: Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency in patients with multiple sclerosis. Research paper, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, More >

My Liberation


23/6/2010 Procedure done today. Everything was excellent, and the doctor was amazed because the findings were:

90% stenosis to left jugular vein in the lower and upper parts (3 balloons placed). Also a membrane blocked blood flow in the lower part.

99% stenosis to azygous vein! One balloon placed also.

Right jugular blocked from two membranes which were torn during the procedure.

Everything were fixed. This means that the right jugular has been released once and for all, azygous vein is very difficult to re-stenosis and there is a higher probability for re-stenosis in left jugular since there is always More >

CCSVI: My diagnosis


η Jugular veins were tested in three different parts. The positions were supinely (A), 45 degrees supinely (B), sitting position without supporting torso (C).

After the Doppler test to these positions there is a deficiency syndrome of jugular veins found which has to do with:

1. Jugular vein congestion failure in the lower parts. Also the presence of membranes bilaterally. 2. Change in section of the vein with obvious changes in the flow during the Valsava process especially to the positions B and C.

That’s all for now. These findings justify 100% the liberation procedure which has been arranged. I More >

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