dania, I'm very happy that Dr. Arata came through for you.dania wrote:Dr Arata, bless his soul, left a message for Dr Stone concerning me.
Thanks Happy Poet for the suggestion.
dania wrote:Cece, you hit the mark! That is exactly the problem. Keeping the vein open. So many are under the assumption that all that is need is angioplasty. Not that simple for too many of us, unfortunately.
mrhodes40 wrote:In this one people with neck cancer had radical neck dissection and reconstruction of ONE internal jugular vein. Though most died of cancer, two lived on to 8 and 18 years with no "apparent neurological consequences" In other words, the one vein they recontraucted worked pretty well and the people seemed to get by with the one vein. I would argue those people should be evaluated with MRi for ventricular lesions typical of MS to see if 8 years of this has allowed one or two silent lesions to develop....but be that as it may it does point out that reconstruction of these veins is not unheard of.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 00019/full
Right plus left flow was 793 +/- 276 ml/min in males and 799 +/- 288 ml/min in females.
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