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Autonomic dysfunction: A unifying multiple sclerosis theory, linking chronic cerebrospinal venous in

Discussion in 'Multiple Sclerosis' started by est_sunshine, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. est_sunshine

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    Enid Senior Member

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    That's brilliant - thanks for posting est_sunshine - it certainly ties in with my own abnormal test results (inc brain MRI) including the Neurologist's strong suspicion of MS, viral in origin too (EBV from weak anti-smooth muscle antibodies). Such similar processes going on.
     
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    Vit D3 is less certain in us, but there is strong evidence of EBV involvement, albeit in a variant way to most people. There is some chance that this model might apply to ME. It would require a lot of extra evidence though in order to show that, but then again its so new for MS that I doubt its been substantially tested yet - those studies are still in the future.

    This article is behind a paywall so I have not read the full paper.
     

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