CCSVI may interfere with the normal venous outflow of the brain, resulting in backpressure within, and deposits of iron around, cerebral vessels. The venous anomalies can be detected using either non-invasive or invasive techniques. Non-invasive techniques include Doppler ultrasound studies of the venous drainage system and magnetic resonance venography, whereas invasive techniques include injection of dye into vessels (catheter venography). Recent studies performed by our group suggest that the non-invasive Doppler ultrasound approach is preferable for initial diagnosis and follow-up purposes, because it is safer and yields results similar to those of the invasive venography studies.
jackiejay wrote:price might be a tad high....CCSVI testing done in Ontario for $250.00.
MrSuccess wrote:BNAC is one of only two CCSVI Doppler training centers in the world
That is why you may benefit from BNAC examining you .
Get over the cost . It is justified.
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