Monthly Archives: August 2010

Cranial Sutures and CCSVI

The skull is made up of cartilagenous and membranous bones. The cartilagenous bones make up the base of the skull and are more related to the musculoskeletal system of the spine. In contrast, the membranous bones form the cover over … Continue reading

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Brainstem and Venous Liberation

Among other things,¬†trauma has been associated with what is called Chiari conditions, also know as cerebellum tonsillar ectopia or CTE. Chairi conditions are¬† classified according to the severity of the depth of penentration of the cerebellum into the foramen magnum. … Continue reading

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CCSVI, US and MR Angiograms

Upright phase contrast MR angiograms are better than ultrasound scans to determine venous outflow in the brain. Continue reading

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Physical Anthropology and CCSVI

A look at the evolution of cranial blood drainage and the theory of CCSVI. Continue reading

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Stenosis Versus Compliance in CCSVI

The exam is an indirect assessment of venous outflow from the brain and produces equivocal results but the liberation procedure appears to work well. Continue reading

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CCSVI, Iron Deposits, MS and Alzheimer’s

Brain scans show CCSVi is assoicated with iron deposits in the brain. Continue reading

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CCSVI versus Venous Back Jets

Austrian physician, Dr. Alfons Schelling has spent most of his career studying MS. In contrast to Dr. Zamboni, Schelling believes that the supratentorial periventricular lesions that have a predilection for areas surrounding the larger veins in the brain, are caused … Continue reading

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