CCSVI Doppler and MRV scans

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CCSVI Doppler and MRV scans

Postby markus77 » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:02 pm

I Finally was able to upload my pic..... First they find a cure then i upload my pic. wow i am on a role. HEEHEE

I have read many reports of how these 2 scans are very specific in the way they are given. Apparently only a handful of people can perform them properly and here of many people scheduling appointments to have this procedure done. I believe this could be a down fall in peoples eyes when they get a false verdict. If you have MS i believe you have stenosis in the azygous and jugular veins period.

Stay Real my friends

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Postby SandyK » Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:58 pm

I have an acquaintance in Penn who was very skeptical of the CCSVI thing, as she calls it. I was explaining about the tests so she scheduled to have a basis MRV. Well guess what, it came back normal so now she is convinced this is hogwash. I hope that diagnostic centers hurry up to match my enthusiasm. I can't wait to see how twisted they are!
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