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Scoliosis, Chiari malformations and CCSVI

Abnormal curvatures of the spine, such as scoliosis can tether the cord and cause Chiari malformations and CCSVI. Continue reading

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Pressure and Shear Stress in MS Lesions

In cases of multiple sclerosis associated with trauma, the lesions are most likely caused by acute spikes in venous pressure in the brain and shear forces within the cord. 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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