In this video, Dr. E. Mark Haake a director of the research MRI facilities at Wayne State University discusses flow quantification in CCSVI by MRI.
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In this video, Dr. Robert Zivadinov a professor of neurology at the University of Buffalo discusses CCSVI and brain perfusion.
In this video, Dr. Clive Beggs, a professor of medical engineering at the University of Bradford in the UK discusses venous hemodynamics in CCSVI and MS.
In this video, Dr. Salvatore Sclafani welcomes the audience to the 2011 2nd Annual CCSVI Symposium.
A 20-minute video excerpt of Dr. Sclafani speaking about his experience with CCSVI.
Dr. Sclafani, Chief of Radiology Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, and Professor and Chairman of Radiology at the SUNY Downstate Medical School sets the record straight about CCSVI and its treatment on ThisIsMS.com Perhaps it is not appropriate to write a reply, but now that I have been outed as a physician treating…
The basic and technical definitions of CCSVI as well as its origin and history. CCSVI stands for “Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency,” a condition where people have obstructed blood flow in the veins that drain the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord). Research indicates that CCSVI is significantly correlated with multiple sclerosis. As a…