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I think he's a good doctor. He comes across as very personable in his videos, and I liked his simple printed diagram of the human body that he then marked where the patient had been treated and handed it over afterwards. He seems to be more likely to balloon in more areas than some other IRs. He was ballooning the iliac in 70% of CCSVI patients, which is a higher percentage than the other IRs are finding, so the question is if he is ballooning patients that don't need it or if other IRs are not ballooning patients who do need it. I believe he was also ballooning and not stenting the renal or iliac vein. If it's a mistake to balloon it, then it might be a double-mistake to put a stent in it; but if it is a true compression, then a stent is what is appropriate, because a ballooned vein will simply get compressed again.
Dr. McGuckin is one of the few doctors whom I can't think of one bad thing his patients have had to say about him. Now that I've said that, maybe someone will come forward, but I think it speaks to the general satisfaction of his patients and his own likeability.