opto wrote:Do any doctors, clinics use MRI instead CT during CCSVI dilatation procedure ?
I know some use it for CCSVI diagnostics, but it's said to be less reliable.
I'm a bit afraid of CT.
I doubt it. The magnets would tear the catheter guide-wire out in a transverse fashion - basically dissecting you, and take a few nurses and doctors out too.
My understanding is that it is not CT, but a much lower dose x-ray. There is no safe x-ray dose, in my view, but the benefit outweighs the risk for me.
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