Sunday, December 13, 2009

More related research findings

Reading another TiMS thread (, I found this quote:
  • Blood that stays in the brain too long creates “slowed perfusion”...a delay in deoxyginated blood leaving the head. This can cause a lack of oxygen (hypoxia) in the brain. This slowed perfusion has been linked to fatigue in MS patients.
 In this thread there are also good summaries of the research on other effects of "hypoperfusion" and related research results.  Very well written, concise... there are some very talented volunteers working on various aspects of CCSVI in the TiMS forum.  This thread, along with the one focusing very narrowly on CCSVI research (, could be considered a MUST READ for people trying to understand the evidence for CCSVI being a primary cause of MS.

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