Rokkit wrote:I think a lot of people with mobility issues have one side worse than the other, at least it starts that way. My right is worse than my left. It seems Dr Dake has been treating jugulars that are worse on one side than the other. So for those with diagnosed jugular occlusion, is your occlusion bad on your bad mobility side, or would it be the other way around, or does it even matter?
When I taught Sunday school, I had a 10 year old kid who would always take the Bible lesson OT by trying to draw comparisons to Star Wars... (Jesus was like Luke Skywalker, Yoda was the holy spirit, Darth Vadar was the devil, etc, etc.) Once he got going, it was tough to get the kids back....
SWI is susceptability weighted imaging. There's a whole thread on what SWI sees- iron deposition in gray matter- and how that correlates to MS disability in contrast to regular MRI....hyperintense MRI lesions do not correlate to MS disability.
Back to the original question, which is very interesting. So far, we've seen correlation of side to stenosis in Mel and Jeff (both left) Marie has right sided issues and a worse left jug, although her right wasn't so great. Any other stento-teer want to play?