When you got reflux and turbulance showin on the scans, they will probably discover stenosis when they do a venogram.
When you are having the venogram done, they decide there and then what is the best way to solve the problem for you, or if it can be solved.
I'm not quite sure how much they found on me during the ultrasound, but I think he said not critical, but I think that was my jugular. Something was said about the azygos, but I don't know exactly. I asked, and was told dr.petrov would give me the percentages during operation.
Well he found 50 and 70 % on the jugulars and 90 on the azygos. It is almost impossible to get anything other then indication from the scans in perticular on the azygos.
Good luck with venogram and treatment
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