deezll wrote:"CONCLUSION: Cerebral CT venography is superior to MR venography in the identification of cerebral veins and dural sinuses and is at least equivalent in the diagnosis of dural sinus thrombosis. CT venography is a viable alternative to MR venography in the examination of patients with suspected dural sinus thrombosis."
However both valves appear malformed.
There is evidence of pooling of blood seen at the lower segments bilaterally with significant flow resistance.
CCSVI treatmentsa are not relevant to me or anyone similar ok, it is NOT the be all and end all ok. And newly diagnosed must be so overwhelmed by the incessant banging on about one size fitting all, because life isnt like that, varients do happen,mistakes DO happen.
Debate discussion and a pondering over perhaps several different issues is good and healthy. But will NOT happen when the obsession with CCSVI treatments exists. The narrowing does happen but allow others to explore alternative, else we learn nothing.
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