CCSVIAnaMaria wrote:Hi everyone,
I'm new here so I hope I'm posting in the right place.
I'm a 55 year old female MS patient from Portugal. Unfortunately I tried Betaferon and Tysabri and my MS symptoms are still getting worse (and I had recent relapses).
After doing some research on CCSVI I managed to spike some interest of a radiology team. Today I just got an angio-MRI done which detected a stenosis on my right jugular vein but nothing abnormal on the azygos veins.
My first question is that since I have a very pronouced paraparesis on my legs, especially on my left leg, shouldn't I also have a stenosis on the azygos (since I have the notion that when there are stenosis on the azygos it affects the legs)?
The second question is if the agio-MRI is good enough to diagnose CCSVI or if I should go and have a venography done namely to better see the azygos veins.
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