Georgetown is replicating the procedure part. They do not have a transcranial doppler, so they are just screening with a regular one.
I think that they are impressed with his high rate of stenosis found with venogram.
So far 2 out of 2 of us have proven him right! My friend, #3, was just treated yesterday. I am waiting to hear from her.
I really believe that one day, a positive MS diagnosis will lead directly to CCSVI screening, and probably treatment. Zamboni and Sclafani have found 100% of MSers have stenosis during venogram.
I am skeptical of Buffalo and Georgetown's 50% rate on noninvasive tests. I think that they are dramatically under-diagnosing using this method.
We will just have to wait and see!