Needled wrote:Dr. S,
Are you still surprised at the types and variety of problems you're finding, 3 1/2 years after performing your first ccsvi procedure?
My, how time flies!
There is nothing that surprises me about CCSVI or MS
at this point I would say something challenging, unexpected, or a new observation occurs about once in five patients
Often it is simply judgements or technique nuances.
For example I continue to have a difficult time treating septum. I end up using very high pressure and this is often unsuccessful.
This week I treated one with a larger balloon but limited the pressures to less than I normally use and and it worked. I will try that again when I see a septum in the future