Wednesday August 23rd 2017

[Comment] Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency in multiple sclerosis: the final curtain

In 2009, Zamboni and colleagues reintroduced the theory that obstructions of the venous outflow from the CNS are associated with multiple sclerosis, and they proposed a link with multiple sclerosis pathogenesis. This hypothesis, originally posed by Putnam in 1947, then attracted an enormous amount of attention from patients, physicians, and the media, but also caused substantial uncertainty. In fact, both the theory and the ultrasound and catheter venography studies on which the concept of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency is based have substantial methodological flaws, as has recently been shown convincingly. (Source: LANCET)

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[Comment] Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency in multiple sclerosis: the final curtain

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