Here is the link of Our German CCSVI forum, The Pioneer of Germany. WOW
http://csvi-ms.net/forum/viewtopic.php? ... 4b9c35438e
last Thursday was operated as one of the first in Frankfurt.
I have PPMS (Diagnosis, 2007).
On 18.2.2010 I was on the ultrasound and MRI in Meyn and Prof Dr Dr Vogl in Frankfurt.
The Jugularisvene was so tight on the left that it was not visible.
On Thursday I had another appointment with Prof. Vogl for invasive blood pressure measurement. Gleichtzeitig the vein was dilated with a balloon catheter. The surgery lasted over an hour and was very uncomfortable with my self-pity. At a stent Prof. Vogl has waived because he wanted to try it first with ballooning. These offenses manner was very likable, because I wanted to swop me a second issue before the first has been resolved. If the vein close again, possibly a stent is inserted.
I want to control this in a few weeks.
I felt myself in the hands of Prof Vogl good hands and I look forward to hopefully arriving success.
The spontaneous here often to read reports of success have not materialized for me, but probably true as more complicated case.
I will tell about my condition and what to do.
We must learn our limits. We are all something, but none of us are everything.
RRMS Dx 07/09