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I was tested twice for my ultrasound...
The first one was in Mississauga...He outwardly told me Dr. Zamboni was a quake and I did not have insufficiency of blood flow...I had a negative result.
I then preceded to Barrie...Dr. Sandy MacDonald and Angela his radiologist was trained by Dr. Zamboni. I was provided ultrasound documentation stating at "90 degrees only" I had insufficiency of blood flow on my internal left jugular vein.
I now have an appointment this December in Albany New York for CCVSI operation.
I am concerned I am not a candidate as I read others have more than one area with insufficiency...laying down
I know I will be tested with a venous Doppler (liquid in your veins) to confirm all...
Hi! My bf had only one jugular ballooned. There was question of the other jugular. But, no cause for treatment at that time. To answer your question, my bf was treated for only one vein. AND it worked for him! Good luck to you!
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