jackiejay wrote:sorry, I meant to say in original post...how common is it for someone with MS and CCSVI to not have any of the common CCSVI symptoms
jackiejay wrote:ok, that makes sense...report says: "venous reflux/insufficiency is noted in the left internal jugular vein at 0 and 90 degrees"....
jackiejay wrote:I have seen that interpretation given by Dr. Sclafani but this report does not have details like that.....just basically gives the 3 qualifying factors which were seen to give the diagnosis of CCSVI....
jackiejay wrote:Thank you Dr. Sclafani for posting a reply...actually that was just one of the criteria listed in the conclusion of the report...the other two were: Abnormal flow is noted in the deep cerebral veins.
B mode abnormalities noted bilaterally.
and then the first one was " Venous reflux/insufficiency is noted in the left internal jugular veins at 0 and 90 degrees."
So that makes up the 3 of the 5 criteria.
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