Thank you. Well, did you have a second venogram that confirmed that problem on the right. And did you have a second treatment on the right yet?
Screening is always about finding a reason to treat or not treat. No need to do a screening test if there is always a reason to do the invasive more definitive diagnostic test at the time of treatment.
There will always be false negative results of every test. One case where ultrasound showed a finding that was missed on venography does not yet change my mind about my opinion. I wish i could see the venogram blinded (pun) to the results to see if i agree with the person who did the venogram
As i say, still lots to discover.
May 27th i will have MRI and Doppler, we'll see what pops up
Then a possible treatment.
after 1st treatment (stent to open the stuck valve) i show some improvents, but the physical things like walking are very unstable..sometimes walking 12 meters by myself, most of the time very difficult to walk.....and i did not have the well known warmth.
i'm curious what the opening of the RJ will bring.
I'll keep you informed...