If you were found to have an occluded carotid artery, you would be treated. If you were found to have an occluded hepatic vein, you would be treated. How are most of these venous or arterial disease detected? AFTER damage has been done to the organ they feed or drain. Docs don't go looking for venous or arterial disease on a whim. There are indictions. Same with CCSVI/MS.
Cheer this is not accurate.
"In most instances when a carotid artery is completely blocked, the risk of a revascularization procedure usually outweighs the benefit. Fortunately, the brain has great capacity to use alternative routes to provide blood to the area of the brain supplied by the blocked artery. A network of blood vessels at the base of the brain, called the circle of Willis, can often supply the necessary blood flow.
Many people function normally with one completely blocked carotid artery. "
From the Clevland Clinic
" It is true that in general arteries that are 100% occluded are not corrected because of "collateral circulation". What this means is that new blood vessels have found their way around the blockage and are providing blood flow. "
"You have four arteries feeding the Circle of Willis that supplies blood to the brain. 3 or even 2 arteries are enough to supply blood to the brain. Ask your doctor about why they didn't inform you of these facts. Blockage by itself is not the problem
, tearing of the plaque causing the blockage is the real problem. Ask your doctor to give you the complete explanation."
Please if you are not sure of what you are talking about do not state something as fact. We are not, including me, experts in medicine.