Dr. Haacke's protocol for detecting CCSVI when using MRI/MRV: http://www.ms-mri.com/potential.php.
Dr. Simka's protocol for Doppler Ultrasound is here: Simka Doppler protocol link and a paper describing the same here: http://csvi-ms.net/files/multiple%20sclerosis-USG.pdf
Another site is http://csvi-ms.net which contains the following info (perhaps including links to Zamboni's protocols):
What should I give my neurologist?
Last modified: 13.09.2009 - 08:35 CETAnd a later addition (though perhaps a duplicate of other information):
I would like to inform my neurologist about CCSVI. What should I give him or her?
We recommend you give your neurologist the following material:
Optionally, a link to this website http://csvi-ms.net could be added, as there are other important links listed and the site is regularly updated.
- The PDF files of the bold written articles of
should be printed (the PDF links are at the end of the line),
- the research foundation
should be mentioned since there are all the important articles of Prof. Zamboni listed,
- and the information of the Bologna conference (08.09.2009)
Press release (Word)
should be printed out.
What I don't have here yet is a nice, brief but clear summary of what CCSVI is and why it might be a primary cause of MS. Can someone point me to their favorite summary?
Sharon, a TiMS contributor, suggests:
The MSAA article written by Dr. Jack Burks is a very concise summary of CCSVI plus it is written by a well known and respected neurologist. I have suggested that folks use it, especially when going to their own neurologists.