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Screening for Vessel Problems

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Wednesday, 28 Jun 2017 04:38 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Ultrasound screening program permits evaluation of the carotid artery, abdominal aorta, and peripheral arteries.

This technique — which I helped originate in the 1990s — is very valuable. It has proven to be particularly beneficial for early atherosclerosis detection.

Remember that the majority of atherosclerosis cases are due to nanobacterial infections that can be effectively treated with a combination of chelation and antibiotics.

If you have atherosclerosis in any of the areas screened, I suggest that you get a coronary artery calcium score that can measure your calcium in the coronary arteries.

There is one type of calcification called Monckeberg’s atherosclerosis, in which calcium is deposited within the artery and not in the endothelium, which can break off and cause a stroke.

Therefore, if you have an elevated coronary artery calcium score, you do need to see if they can determine whether or not the calcification is in the media of the artery (interior of the artery) or the endothelium.

Ultrasound screening of the vascular system is is a very important procedure and can be performed without significant risk. It does provide the opportunity to treat atherosclerosis if it has developed — which is why you need to know about nanobacteria.

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