jay123 wrote:I talked with the director of the radiology department at our local hospital today. I called to inform him of Dr. Haake's work, and to see if he had heard of CCSVI testing. He hadn't, but he is going to pass the info on.
On a side note he mentioned how they have two brand new CAT machines which use the lowest amount of radiation feasible. I brought up this thread and he told me he has heard many stories of bad experiences. He said though NY really regulates it and does inspect often. How's this, he sold his two old machines to hospitals in Florida and Georgia because they don't have as strict of regulations!
Mark, if you had yours done in NY you probably are all set.
Yes they can, but from what I have heard, they are more operator dependant when on MR. It's also cheaper if going privately, and easier (ie more common to do MRV on CT)MS_mama wrote:can't the requisite scanning be done with MR scans only?? As far as I know, I am only booked for MR scans through dr. Haacke.
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