Magoo, in my case CCSVI-Atlanta found weirdness in my jugs and reflux, which was enough to meet the Zamboni criteria for CCSVI. In actual fact, with the venogram Dr. Sullivan found stenosis in both jugs, below the clavicle and stenosis in the azygos, which Doppler can't see. He didn't find the jugular weirdness described by the Doppler.
I guess my point is that the Doppler imaging has serious limitations for some people, it can't see through bones. I was lucky that the reflux and jug weirdness was enough to qualify as CCSVI. If it hadn't I don't think I would have pursued the venogram if I hadn't met CCSVI criteria.
But I'm glad I did.
BTW, can anybody tell me how to clean the html commands out of my signature.
<div>There be no dragons ...Reese Palley</div>