I was scanned at False Creek two days ago! The ultrasound showed an irregular right jugular when I am lying down (slow and irregular flow) and a "weird" left jugular when sitting up, it doesn't drain and collapse like it should. Instead, it traps some blood in there, which keeps the vein rounded. The blood doesn't drain and doesn't move. As I said, w-e-i-r-d (the doctor's words, not mine!).
I don't have the written report, but I couldn't resist a look through all my images. Here's what I found:
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http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?pi ... 2832983940
Even if you don't have a Facebook account, you can view the photo.
Comments welcome! They said the MRV might show why the left doesn't drain and traps a column of non-pulsative blood while I am upright. I think the image shows right/left reversed (i.e., my face is to the front).
Thanks for looking,
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