I must ask he same thing Google asked: Do you mean demyelinization?Rici wrote:...the day before the IVUS treatment the patient undertakes a MRI
...to understand after the MRI tests which veins cause the demielization changes.
What is a USG?...Until now this is not completely done with the USG tests.
There is not myelin in veins, I think....no MRI test to see demielization changes in the veins
How could they if there is no myelin? Now I think maybe you don't mean demyelinization...??....And in addition no interventional radiologist could not identify the demielization changes in the veins.
All I saw was micronasal and skull base surgery. The strange thing was the "Structured live cadaver operations." It sounds difficult to be a live cadaver. I wouldn't try it, myself.Me: “There is only one place in the world doing the same sequences according to Dr. Schelling. In Zurich by Prof. Schuhknecht (http://www.orl-zentrum.com/aktuell/aktu ... copic.html )
I am glad to see you got a good MRI. I am just not understanding the rest...The second MRI went smoothly and even Dr. Schelling was happy about the perfect images.
The day of hospitalization – the day before the IVUS treatment – the patient undertakes a MRI, and Dr. Jaworski and other medical doctors in Medicover Hospital have been schooled by Dr. Schelling, especially to understand after the MRI tests which veins cause the demielization changes.
The next good news is the brain and spinal cord MRI for IVUS treatment preparation, which will be performed before the operation.
1eye wrote:The strange thing was the "Structured live cadaver operations." It sounds difficult to be a live cadaver. I wouldn't try it, myself.
Dr. Schelling was happy about the perfect images.
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