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Hi im trying to speak with anybody that understands pelvic venous congestion in males and trying to find a doctor or interventional radiologist in the uk who can help me because trying to get pct funding without a consultants support is imposssible if anybody can help please contact me I am new to the support sites and struggle to communicate and i get no responces from any comments thank you
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all i can suggest is to find some academic research on the subject, and contact the corresponding authors. if you can't find a uk-based study, you could ask the authors if they know of anyone in the uk who could help. use the corresponding author email address only. hope that does some good..
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Pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS) is a disorder defined by the painful presence of abnormally blood-filled (varicose) veins in the pelvis.Therapy options for PCS include minimally invasive methods to deprive varicose veins of their blood supply, prolonged use of medication and surgery. Vein Embolization is a common treatment for PCS. I just found a site for you from UK http://www.pelvic-congestion-syndrome.co.uk/
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