Besides fatigue, my balance, strength and mobility have markedly improved (as noted by me, my physiotherapist and my neurologist). My hands have never been a big problem, but my feet are often too cold, but also sometimes too hot. Since it was always an on-again/off-again thing, it's really hard to say if there has been a change that is in any ways significant.
I'm not sure if I understand what you mean about "typical" vascular tests, but I think that CCSVI is a very different way of looking at things, even for vascular specialists, who weren't aware that slight, long-term reduction in blood flow could have such a devastating effect on the CNS (central nervous system) because of hypoxia, blood-brain barrier breaches, and iron deposition. I'll give you an example: my GP (who is generally supportive of my liberation treatment approach) said that hypoxia is caused by problems in arteries, not veins. When I said "But if the veins are occluded, there is no blood flow, so the brain lacks oxygen (ie, hypoxia)", he said "Oh!"... because he finally understood!
There is still a lot for everyone to understand.