Thanks Erika for the explanation. I guess I need an anatomy lesson about the valves we have in the jugulars - didn't realize we had them & that they could be faulty in some way. I think I must have read about the negative results you got in Slovakia but I guess the point is - there were some false negatives at first but the testing in Poland proved otherwise. Point being... if we have MS and then get test results saying there is no stenosis, then maybe we need to look for another opinion. Hopefully so much will be understood with the studies currently underway & to come! Also, as patients, we need to be aware of these scenarios.
Well, my first step was to have Doppler in Poland. I knew all the tests in Slovakia would be negative. I was trying to make my health insurance company to pay for it. We he EU law here - E112 - if there is not possible to make the diagnosis neither treatment, health insurance company must pay for the treatment abroad but it is just paper...
Everybody in Slovakia was just
So I had to do it.
Maybe you meant something different. I am sorry I do not know...