A New way of
Treating Multiple Sclerosis??
Since a new development how
Multiple Sclerosis recently was announced, this may potentially suggest
a new MS treatment, that wasn't a consideration
This may also mean that the way that Multiple Sclerosis is approached
and the whole notion that as Multiple Sclerosis being a autoimmune
disorder (where the body becomes confused in some way where it attacks
itself) may change in the future.
This may change that way that the medical community around the world
approaches and treats Multiple Sclerosis in the future, although we
will have to wait and see where this new idea leads next.
Dr. Paolo Zamboni, a vascular surgeon, in Ferrara Italy came up with a
procedure, based on his findings with working with MS patient in a 2
year study that was conducted in Ferrara Italy on 120 MS patients.
Dr. Zamboni found that the MS patients were found to have elevated
levels of iron in the brain. This lead to more testing for
possible venous insufficiency to blood flow to the brain in the MS
Using ultrasound testing, Dr. Zamboni discovered that the MS patients
had partial blockages or restricted blood flow to the blood vessels in
the neck and upper chest, which restricted blood flow to the brain.
Dr Zamboni developed a MS treatment procedure that opened up the blood flow
to the brain, which was named "The
MS patients that were found to have restricted blood flow to the brain
under went the new surgical procedure and within 6 months of the
procedure 73% of the patients reported improvements with reducing their
MS symptoms as well as the effects of Multiple Sclerosis, including
some more remarkable effects of showing improvement in how well
the MS patients were functioning after the under going the surgical
studies will need to be performed to determine if the majority of MS
patients have the restricted blood flow to the brain, that Dr. Zamboni
found was present with the MS patients from his study group, but the
idea sounds very promising for those with Multiple Sclerosis at this
Clinical trials will need to be conducted to
determine if this procedure is safe and effective for the MS patients
that are found to have the restricted blood flow to the brain, before a
large scale application of the procedure can be applied to more MS
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