Venous angioplasty stenting for multiple sclerosis (Liberation Procedure) is the most advanced procedure for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). CCSVI or Chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency syndrome is considered to be primary cause of multiple sclerosis disease. CCSVI syndrome is caused due to insufficient blood flow between central nervous system and heart through cervical and thoracic veins.
Patient is evaluated first using Doppler Ultrasound and MR Venogram for Cranial Venous putflow pattern. If there are indications of abnormality then further transfemoral venographic study is also required. Treatment is then done by angioplasty (opening of narrowed or blocked veins) of the stenosed veins and placing of stents if required.
The cost of the Liberation procedure is 6500 USD (with one stent) and patient will require a hospital stay for 5 days. Post discharge patient will require 3 days hotel stay before flying back home.
The package cost includes 5 days stay in a hospital private room where a companion can stay with the patient, Venous Angioplasty (Liberation Procedure), nursing care, procedure fee, tests like post operation jugular Doppler, 2 neurology consults, patient’s food, airport pick up and drop etc.
Medical Tourism Corporation facilitates low cost venous angioplasty stenting for multiple sclerosis abroad at many international locations including Mexico, India and Spain. Fill out the free estimate request form for a free quote and more information.