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Saturday, April 16, 2011 4:48 PM | Faith Volg link

The little I've read seems to have more merit and more sensible conclusions than all CCSVI articles I've read to date. Dr Schelling presents his work with MS and CCSVI with common sense and science aspects included. That puts him in my very small list of Drs extremely worth reading and watching. His article in the blogs here, are lenghy and detailed, and I understand it, overall.



What, if any, study(s) have looked more into the possible differences seen in CCSVI conditions, in BOTH upright and supine patient positions? This could be very relavant research in CCSVI in MS, and other medical conditions as well. Veins react to gravity and patient position. A patient being upright or supine, is already an accepted medical concept. Why not consider how patient postioning effects the venous system draining blood from the brain? I've seen 'upright MRI equipment' advertized for years on TV, etc.



I can't wait to see more from Dr Schelling.