Why...thanks for sharing. I know you've been working so hard to get your husband tested and treated, and I've really felt for you. I suppose knowing that there is actually something wrong is truly good news/bad news. I am glad they were able to balloon his jugulars and get some blood flowing. Let's hope the healing can begin. Keep him moving and hydrated.
So far, we've seen cysts, double jugulars, bony and tissue obstructions, faulty valves, and now an absence of presacral venous plexus. And what do all these people have in common? They all have a variety of venous malformations and have MS. MS didn't give Lew a double jugular with an extra valve. MS didn't give my Jeff a tight, muscular neck and I don't think MS made your husband's presacral venous plexus disappear, or his jugulars collapse. I think you have a smart doctor, why...checking the veins that far south. I still want my hubby's legs scanned. Good info.
Hang in there, why...
Husband dx RRMS 3/07
dx dual jugular vein stenosis (CCSVI) 4/09