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Sunday, June 9, 2013 8:54 PM | Karen Copeland Volg link
This arrived at FB today. It should be of interest to MSers here at Locator also

IMPORTANT NOTE TO VASCULAR DISEASES THAT OPERATE THE PTA CCSVI, patients should pay as much attention ................. that's why it would behoove that ALL will release the CD of the ECO and the PTA.

According to the authors, led by Dr. Sergio Gianesini and Prof. Paolo Zamboni, University of Ferrara (those who have discovered CCSVI in 2007), the compression of the omohyoid muscle on the internal jugular vein seems to be a possible cause of venous obstruction, but different anatomical and pathophysiological aspects require further investigation.

Such a framework could cause the ineffectiveness venous angioplasty with balloon and thus should be considered preoperatively.

The argument is very innovative and could provide an explanation of many cases where angioplasty for CCSVI fails and the sick tonano home disappointed by the procedure, sometimes after paying large sums of money for interventions were not effective.
Future research will clarify these aspects as outlined daglistessi authors of the article. In the meantime, it is best to be wary who guarantees for purely commercial purposes and speculative securities without the intervention of angioplasty among other things, he never published data in the literature to support their claims. On this subject we also found an interesting study published in 2008 in the journal Clinics, entitled "A study of the anatomical variability of omohyoid muscle and its clinical relevance." According to some Indian researchers the omohyoid muscle is a long thin muscle consisting of upper and lower bellies and an intermediate tendon, which runs obliquely in the lateral cervical region. The omohyoid is important in neck dissection, because it is the reference point for the surgical lymph node metastases of III and IV level. The study was sectioned front and rear triangle of the neck on 35 male cadavers and observed bilaterally for variations nell'omoioideo. The observations focused on the changes in the number, location and attacks dell'omoioideo. Among the 35 cadavers studied, a double omohyoid was present on a corpse, a lower belly originated from the clavicle on three corpses, a belly cast with the top of sternoioideo two corpses, and the omohyoid has received additional briefs from the sternum of a corpse. In the remaining cadavers was observed an attack and a standard position dell'omoioideo. At the end of the study, according to the authors, variations of this muscle are important because of its close relationship with the great vessels and the brachial plexus. Due accession direct intermediate tendon to the front wall of the internal jugular vein and its connection with it through a thin foil layer of the pre-tracheal cervical fascia, the contraction of the omohyoid muscle has a direct effect on the lumen of this vessel.
Thus serves much research on CCSVI and metaphorically speaking would certainly be an appropriate expulsion of the merchants from the temple.

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