just wondering why the doc circled those areas of your jugulars in red if they are "normal"? They look a bit "different" to me, slightly hazy and pinched (but I'm not a doc) and in the final picture, there is a disconnect in the same area on the jugular on the right side, where the blood flow is broken off.
Are they willing to do the transcranial/neck dopplers as well, to check for reflux?
thanks for sharing the pics-
radeck wrote:Looks very close if not identical to the height of my narrowing. Hence I'm especially interested in the supposed cause. Can't find "sternogleinomastoideus muscle" on google. Did you come up with this possible cause, or one of your physicians? I find it interesting that the narrowing is at the same height on both sides (though more pronounced left in your case). This makes it less feasible that these are congenital defects, as why would they happen at the same height in two veins, but nowhere else?
Can I ask a random question: do you have or have you ever had a chronic sinus infection, making it difficult to breathe, or do you sniff a lot?
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