MarkW wrote:I see no logical reason to report results before 3 months due to variations in MS.
duckfan wrote:Nope, Duckfan means a fan of the University of Oregon Ducks. Football right now.
We had to travel to Seattle to have the procedure done and didn't tell his Neurologist that we were doing that. My husband's Neuro isn't very supportive.
We'll watch my husband and see what happens. I'm so afraid that the angioplasty will worsen his symptoms. So much fear when a loved one has MS or any serious illness for that matter.
I'm questioning our judgement in having the procedure done but we had to try.
The patient must talk to the doctor who performed the procedure about complications. Trying to get a diagnosis on TiMS is unsafe.
I see your reasoning in reporting all the facts. I just didn't want to "bore" everyone with a lengthy report of his procedure.
1. MRV was done at a local hospital and a venogram was done at the time of the procedure.
2. Procedure was done at the Vascular Access Center in Seattle by Dr. Marlo Moya
3. Azygous V. Genu 70%
Azugous V. Vertical 70%
Left Jugular 80-90%
R. Jugular 70%
Brisk flow was restored by angioplasty. Plavix 75mg and ASA 81 mg was prescribed daily for 2 months.
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