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CCSVI was by Zamboni and colleagues in 2009, defined as ultrasound detectable changes in the anatomy and blood flow in the veins draining blood from the brain and spine. Zamboni found that CCSVI sclerosis was much more common in people with multiple sclerosis than in people without multiple and suggested that multiple sclerosis is caused by CCSVI.

Is important to realize is important to realize that even if there was a link between chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency and multiple sclerosis, this does not mean that the condition causes multiple sclerosis. , The authors warn -. If you notice, in future studies that CCSVI is really common in people with multiple sclerosis, could it be that MS causes CCSVI, or CCSVI that happens more often occur in people with multiple sclerosis, without the disease. The authors conclude that further high-quality studies of identical ultrasound whether chronic needed to definitively determine whether chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency is common in patients with multiple sclerosis than in those without them. Continue reading

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