In a related commentary.

In a related commentary, Dr. Writes* Fox, Fox, Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment and Research at the Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, The meta-analysis by Laupacis and colleagues is a good starting point, but much remains be done before we can be sure whether chronic venous insufficiency CSF, a paradigm shift in the traditional sense. Or just a fad.

They suggest could be due to small sample size of the studies included in the analysis, as well as the differences in ultrasound techniques and quality control. Ultrasound is dependent on the training and skills of the operator. It is important to realize that even if there is 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 disease., In addition to the attending meetings and continue to deserve nursing program credits Anthony J in special events having colleague, their passion and their commitment equities involve as viewed innovative Poster viewing and visited with providers in a packed showroom.