costumenastional wrote:In the generic text Dr Grozdinksi sends to patients as a reply concerning CCSVI diagnosis and treatment these are the tests to take place:
# Echo-doppler of the venous system.
# Computer tomography (СТ) – phebography of the veins.
# Phlebography of vena cava, vena jugularis and vena azygos.
I wonder if CT is enough of a test compared to an MRV. Prof. Grozdinsky is a top scientist in phlebology but i am worried of going to Bulgaria and having a non complete exam. Of course, i am still waiting for a date...
costumenastional wrote:Thanks Erika. This says it all i guess...
Can you please write which test was the one that confirmed your blockage?
I have a feeling that many people will read this post.
Have a nice day.
I spoke to Dr Dake, and he actually recommended I get a CT from the top of my head to my diaphragm, over an MRV, as the CT was less operator dependent. I chose not to go with the CT after reading the radiation component (I have already had a CT of my lungs before)costumenastional wrote:I wonder if CT is enough of a test compared to an MRV.
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