drsclafani wrote:My techniques have progressed so greatly that I know i underdiagnosed narrowings, and undertreated.
This is amazing...thank you for sharing...there has been a push on the forum here to go local, which makes sense if an expensive trip to Poland or India is the alternative, but the trade-off with going local is that you end up being the first CCSVI patient an IR has ever seen.
There is the risk of being underdiagnosed and undertreated, there is the risk of being overdiagnosed and overtreated...and it's all rather moot, in terms of who to choose for a doctor for this, because we are lucky to get an appointment with anyone, local or otherwise, who will take CCSVI seriously.
drsclafani wrote:I have changed the imaging projections used to assess the azygous vin problems that were unrecognized in my early experience.
Can you speak to this at all? What changes have you made, what makes it difficult? The azygous has been a bit of a question mark, what with Zamboni (but no one else) finding a large percentage of stenoses there.
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