I do not know if it is related, however, in the preliminary results paper from Zamboni (http://www.fondazionehilarescere.org/pdf/CX.PDF) there is the following section:prof8 wrote:Did you get a sense of why the radiologist in NY would not recommend stents be placed that high up in the jugulars?
Zamboni wrote:However, no attempt at a stenting procedure was made in the absence of a dedicated device capable of preventing migration. This device would fit the particular morphology of the intemal jugular vein, similar to a upside down milk bottle, and, finally avoid protrusion into the brachiocephalic trunk.
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Hey Zap..it's not rude, we're all curious. Marc's just had his second cataract surgery, after another trip down to NIH, and is taking some time away from the computer to heal. Read his blog:zap wrote:Hope it's not rude to bump again, but I'd REALLY like to hear what the NIH has to say about all this, as my Dec 7th scan with Dr Dake comes closer ...
As always, he is an articulate and thoughtful man- I hope we get the report from him in the near future.
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