CCSVI is a syndrome in which blood flow from the brain is compromised. While CCSVI is a disease state that by itself often requires intervention, it has been proposed that the syndrome promotes the development of multiple sclerosis (MS). Speakers from the United States, Bulgaria, Italy, and Kuwait will present a thorough review of CCSVI, including the proposed relationship between CCSVI and MS.
Salvatore J. A. Sclafani, MD, professor and chair of radiology at SUNY Downstate, has organized the symposium and will provide an overview of CCSVI for interventional radiologists.
While this free symposium is directed at physicians and other healthcare providers, members of the general public are invited and there will be a presentation on patient activism. Those wishing to attend should respond in advance to CCSVISymposium@gmail.com.
Provided by SUNY Downstate Medical Center
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