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Tuesday, August 16, 2016 10:02 AM | CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis shared Canadian Neurovascular Health Society's post. Volg link

Canadian Neurovascular Health Society
Bite correction is part of CCSVI puzzle:

MAY DENTAL OCCLUSION TREATMENT COMPENSATE Chronic venous cerebrospinal insufficiency (CCSVI)? A MIGRAINE CASE REPORT

Objectives. We report a case of dizziness in a migraine patient suffering from chronic venous cerebrospinal insufficiency that may be partially compensated using an occlusal device (bite splint). Methods. Stabilometry and Cranio-Corpograhy testing confirmed static and dynamic unsteadiness. MRI demonstrated bilateral Internal Jugular Veins stenosis and hypertrophy of the vertebral plexus. Duplex examination also showed reflux into the vertebral plexus that was not influenced by clenching or other muscle manouvres but that may be reversed wearing a bite splint. Results. The patient’s condition improved after physical treatment of the thoracic and lumbar spine and the constant use of the occlusion device. Conclusions. Chronic venous cerebrospinal insufficiency is a complex pathological condition that involves both anterior (IJVs) and posterior (Vertebral veins and plexus) venous drainage. Although the biomechanical correlation between neck and occlusion is well known, as far Author’s knowledge concerns, the correlation between CCSVI and occlusion has not yet been described. This correlation should to be taken in account when planning occlusion treatments in CCSVI patients.

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dario_Alpini/publication/305469699_MAY_DENTAL_OCCLUSION_TREATMENT_COMPENSATE_Chronic_venous_cerebrospinal_insufficiency_CCSVI_A_MIGR