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If you had a doppler done before your procedure, that is good for comparison. Follow-up dopplers measure for CCSVI in the same way and with the same effectiveness as dopplers done before the procedure.
The elastic-recoil type of restenosis is not worrisome other than having to do the procedure again; the clotting-type of restenosis is worrisome, as the veins can be lost. Clots can be unfelt, with no symptom change to indicate a clot. I urge everyone to go for follow-up ultrasounds.