CCSVI stands for Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency. This was developed in 2008 by Paolo Zamboni an Italian researcher to explain compromised blood flow in the veins is such that it drains the central nervous system. Paolo believed that it had a key role in causing MS, Multiple Sclerosis. This happens owing to the narrowing of spinal cord and veins resulting in deoxygenated blood to remain in the brain causing iron deposition, hypoxia and irritation to brain tissues.
Consequences anticipate of CCSVI includes:
- Delayed perfusion
- Intracranial hypoxia
- Increased transmural pressure
- Reduced catabolites drainage
Multiple Sclerosis is regarded to be an ailment destroying the myelin sheaths that encircles the brain axons and spinal cord nerves leading to scarring, demyelization and many other symptoms.
Some normal symptoms of CCSVI MS patients include:
- Alteration in sensations such as numbing
- Weakness in muscles or spasms
- Visual problems
- Difficulty moving
- Visual problems
- Unstable mood or depression
- Gastrointestinal difficulties
In case you experience any of these symptoms, it is a must to get tested for Multiple Sclerosis. However, even if a person is diagnosed with MS, there are successful treatments backed by the MS Research foundation, CCSVI Liberation Surgery.
The CCSVI treatment is a surgical procedure. This is done using a balloon to dilate blood vessels in the brain so that it decreases the severity. This surgery is known as balloon angioplasty.
Another aggressive approach is using stents to open veins. However, both procedures offer good results and with MS CCSVI this can be improved. Such surgeries may offer relief to MS symptoms, but certainly are not the cure. Undergoing CCSVI Mexico treatment is possible for:
- Patients diagnosed with CCSVI conditions.
- Age, health and operational risks also determine their eligibility for the surgery.
Surgeons performing the treatment of CCSVI Mexico are licensed…