Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Mystery of MS Lesions

The location of lesions of MS are hard to explain in terms of CCSVI. Continue reading

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Chronic craniocervical venous back pressure or CCVBP is most likely the cause of MS in most cases rather than CCSVI. Continue reading

Posted in Alzheimer's, ccsvi, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, physical anthropology | 8 Comments

Upper Cervical Strain and CCSVI

A venogram of a patient with an upper cervical strain shows decreased venous outflow from the brain through the vertebral veins. Continue reading

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CCSVI, Brain Cooling and Blood Flow

The upper cervical spine plays an important role in venous drainage, blood flow and brain cooling. Continue reading

Posted in ccsvi, multiple sclerosis, physical anthropology | 19 Comments