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September 15, 2019  
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Topic Title: Can vascular surgery cure MS marked by Dawson-fingers?
Created On: 12/10/2002 10:21 AM
 
 12/10/2002 10:21 AM

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Please consider my analysis of the classic observations of multiple sclerosis at www.multiple-sclerosis-abc.org. It reveals specific cerebral and spinal lesion formations, the peculiar features of which are only to be explained by venous back-jets. And these back-jets can be interrupted by surgical interventions. The distinctive traits of the Dawson-fingers, specific cerebral lesion formations, are now to be reliably identified also in vivo owing to advances in serial MR imaging (www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/cases/case5/mr2/020.html), 3D lesion-modeling, and MR venography. With this progress there has opened up an opportunity for vascular surgery to cure hopeless cases of MS. Can you be of help? Ramon
     
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