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CCSVI as the cause of multiple sclerosis : the science behind the controversial theory

Author: Marie A Rhodes
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 2011.
Series: McFarland health topics.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This timely book includes a history, an explanation of autoimmunity, and recent research relating to this new theory. It also offers practical suggestions for people with MS who wish to seek evaluation and possible treatment under the new model, as well as a chapter detailing experiences of some people who were recently treated"--Provided by publisher.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marie A Rhodes
ISBN: 9780786460380 0786460385
OCLC Number: 692291436
Description: ix, 247 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The politics of change --
Multiple sclerosis : history and epidemiology --
The immune system and autoimmunity in MS --
CCSVI theory : MS as a vascular disease --
Evidence of venous changes in multiple sclerosis --
Endovascular treatment : the "liberation" procedure --
Patient stories.
Series Title: McFarland health topics.
Responsibility: Marie A. Rhodes ; foreword by E. Mark Haacke.

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"This timely book includes a history, an explanation of autoimmunity, and recent research relating to this new theory. It also offers practical suggestions for people with MS who wish to seek evaluation and possible treatment under the new model, as well as a chapter detailing experiences of some people who were recently treated"--Provided by publisher.

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