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CCSVI or Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency is a reduction of blood flow from the brain to the heart, due to the narrowing of various veins along the spinal cord from the head down to the upper chest. It is believed that this condition is what causes build-ups of iron to form in the region of the brain. Eventually, these would then cause the development of brain lesions and MS symptoms.
It has been identified that the presence of chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) syndrome to be a reliable indicator of the development of multiple sclerosis. Doctors suggest that CCSVI treatment has the potential of slowing or reversing the debilitating effects of Multiple Sclerosis. The treatment (coined "the Liberation Method") is a simple procedure which unblocks restricted blood flow from the patient's brain.
Researchers believe the venous system in people with CCSVI is unable to evacuate blood from the central nervous system back to the heart due to a narrowing of the veins in the neck, chest and spine - a process called stenosis.
When circulation encounters narrowed or blocked veins, it creates alternate blood vessels returning to the brain in an attempt to discharge the central nervous system blood. It is believed that blood breaches the walls of these collateral vessels leaving iron deposits in the adjacent tissue.
The CCSVI condition has been linked in clinical research to MS, and reported research appears to demonstrate that CCSVI strongly differentiates healthy individuals from MS sufferers. In the Liberation protocol, two diagnostic procedures - a Doppler ultrasound of the neck and brain to detect the presence of blood reflux, followed by a venography (dye injection) to assess circulation and possible stenosis - evaluates the need for CCSVI treatment.
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