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Recent sonographic and angiographic studies suggested this topographic pattern may be caused by venous congestion, a condition termed ‘chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency’ (‘CCSVI’) (Fig. 1) (1)." and elaborated in a peer-reviewed journal (quote below).
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Deleted: Prolonged inactivity of any cause, especially when much time is being spent in the supine (recumbent) position, will lead to a diminution in the usual orthostatic reflex. In other words, chronic inactivity with frequent assumption of the supine position will lead to the hallmark signs of POTS. This raises the question as to whether, in ...