My MRT/MRI Scan

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My MRT/MRI Scan

Postby GuRu » Sat Jan 30, 2010 5:04 am

Hi TiMS!
I am uploading my MRI image, Still I don´t have results from IR. I know here are a lot of experts on this site, waiting for your Commentary .......

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Soon I will upload some more images

Thanks for all information I am getting on this site.
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Postby GuRu » Sat Jan 30, 2010 5:25 am

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Postby Algis » Sat Jan 30, 2010 5:45 am

Do you sleep on your right side?
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WOW

Postby Ruthless67 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:43 pm

Hi Guru,

Let me say again, WOW. Have you spoken to your IR yet? What have you learned?

I'm just an MS'er with absolutely NO medical background, but it looks to me like your veins on your right side are barely there.

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Postby PCakes » Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:49 pm

Guru...my MRV was Jan 21.. and looks so much like yours i had to rub my eyes.. the radiologists report defined it as a 'dominant left IJV'.. i am waiting to get in to see a vascular surgeon.. will let you know when and what they say...
how did you post your pics.. i will send a link to a few of mine to you tomorrow...
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Postby nicko » Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:58 pm

I had a discussion with a friend today on the subject of what happens if the veins up higher in your brain are the issue. Wow... Can they fix them in the brain???
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Postby nono » Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:39 am

guru ,
I'm from Holland (so exuse my poor language)
I was in Frankfurt to have my mri the outcome was pretty much the same as yours only on the left side.
Dr. Vogl did not see any stenoses but a day later another Dutch patient
went and had also the same results , and( to my surprise )he did have a doppler scan on the same day and guess what.. they found a problem ,
i dont know how its called but the aterie that provides the blood was pressing on the jugular !

I hope you understand my poor explanation, but it gave me hope that there was indeed a problem in the veins that maybe can be fixed.

greets from holland
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Postby whyRwehere » Thu Feb 04, 2010 2:31 am

Why does it seem to me, to be his left side??
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Re: WOW

Postby GuRu » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:52 am

Ruthless67 wrote:Hi Guru,

Let me say again, WOW. Have you spoken to your IR yet? What have you learned?

I'm just an MS'er with absolutely NO medical background, but it looks to me like your veins on your right side are barely there.

Lora


Hi Lora,

Prof. Reichenbach (Uni. Jena Germany) doing a pilot study of 10 patients, I am one of them, This study is a part of Prof. Haacke´s study. That´s why Its take a long period to get results. But hopefully with in one week they tell me whats wrong with my veins :)
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Postby GuRu » Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:17 am

PCakes wrote:Guru...my MRV was Jan 21.. and looks so much like yours i had to rub my eyes.. the radiologists report defined it as a 'dominant left IJV'.. i am waiting to get in to see a vascular surgeon.. will let you know when and what they say...
how did you post your pics.. i will send a link to a few of mine to you tomorrow...


Hi PCakes,
My MRV was on jan 18.. 3 days before your. I am waiting for your images, it will be very interesting for me to see yours, cause I heard every one have different problem... on monday I have a appointment with Vascular sergion for a Sonographie :)
To upload images
http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-10008-imageshack.html
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Postby GuRu » Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:23 am

nono wrote:guru ,
I'm from Holland (so exuse my poor language)
I was in Frankfurt to have my mri the outcome was pretty much the same as yours only on the left side.
Dr. Vogl did not see any stenoses but a day later another Dutch patient
went and had also the same results , and( to my surprise )he did have a doppler scan on the same day and guess what.. they found a problem ,
i dont know how its called but the aterie that provides the blood was pressing on the jugular !

I hope you understand my poor explanation, but it gave me hope that there was indeed a problem in the veins that maybe can be fixed.

greets from holland


Hi Nono,
I had my MRV in Jena, but for doppler Sonographie, I am going to Frankfurt on this monday, lets see what they says. Its OK with your language, I am also not too good with english :D.
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Postby Cece » Thu Feb 04, 2010 12:04 pm

whyRwehere wrote:Why does it seem to me, to be his left side??


In MRVs left is right and right is left (image is reversed). Alice in Wonderlandish... :)
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you too?

Postby hwebb » Thu Feb 04, 2010 4:00 pm

your MRV looks just like mine (though in my case the left side is th problem). My radiographer has reported that there is a stenosis at the junction of the internal jugular vein and transverse sinus. Looking at an anatomy pic...this location is just below the brain. I will discuss my results and treatment options with a vacular specialist on Wednesday. I've been posting regularly in the "Aussie Action" thread, as I've navigated my way through the local medical system.

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