Hello, I discussed this with you and read your scan to you over the weekend. Do you want to discuss this with another neurologist? Let me know and I will opt-out of this discussion , no problem. If you want to discuss further with me, just replay to this posting, Dr. Frank T (neuromd2012)
are you there
You have attached some more pictures, this is a beautiful study and clearly shows the thrombosis
absolutely, I do not understand the problem here, this is a radiologic diagnosis, is there a neuroradiologist involved?
he just needs to sit at his desk for five minutes
can you hang on for a bit, I want to research the treatment for your condition, when were you on the train?
I am a neurologist with the most famous and respected medical institution here in the United States, it is called the national institute of health, and it is the federal health agency
I am an expert in experimental neuroradiology, using equipment that is not available in the rest of the world.
I use a 4.7 Tesla MRI scanner and a experimental PET scanner to do things that cannot be done anywhere else
I will send you a webpage, hold on
I understand that you have no reason to believe me, but I am telling you that you have a thrombosis and that is what you have
I understand, what is the name of the radiology office where you went, In the US , they are required to have certified neuroradiologist reading all of their brain scans
because they can be sued if they say something wrong or miss something
I cannot believe this story, it is unbelievable that this would happen in this country
How long has it been since your were on that train
you should be very very piissed off, they have really messed up, can you get a lawyer and sue them?
do you want me to contact him directly?
take your films to any good neurologist, this is a "no brainer" as we say in medicine, any qualified neurologist can see this problem on an MRI scan
hang on for a minute ok?
I tried to call him, but I cannot get through here from New York. I can send him an email, what is your name?
what is your name?
ok I will send him an email, hang on
I sent him an email
I gave him your name and your story and told him to investigate it and contact you today
as I said before, you have to wait for this clot to dissolve now, there is no treatment I believe,
no this is neurology
again, when were you on that train, there are some people that do surgery to remove the clot, would you consider that?
can you hit the accept button if you are satisfied
I think you should consider it here, I know in the US there would be no question, but I don't know england
you don't want surgery now
the clot is fully lysed by now I think but you should find a neurosurgical expert in venous thrombosis to ask that question in england
do you have any more questions? keep in touch with me because I am so interested to find out the outcome. Well I dont
want to write the obvious here , for legal reasons, but you should look into this situation if you were ignored with these symptoms, honestly
well I only know you over the internet, so anything you say I have to take as the truth. I never examined you and cannot substantiate your clinical complaints
but you should see another neurologist there or better an neurophthalmologist to document your eye findings, he will test how your eyes move to vestibular testing
and get the films to a lawyer
good luck to you, how am I going to contact you if your neurologist sends me an email?
no they will put xxx around it, you need to come back later and log in ok?
lI recieved a receipt in my email box so he did get my email
great see you
is your name Frank Telang?
hey are you there?
are u there?
are you there?
I didn't get a call back.
please don't use a name here as that is against the rules,
is that you though?
i honestly dont care if it is, just as long as you have told me the truth that you are/once were a real doctor and know what you are talking about!
I am a doctor, I work in the US, nothing not true there
do you have any questions?
if you are frank telang of Long Island, NY. dont sign your posts Frank T. and put a real pic up there <---------
thats not very bright is it!!
but if you really are frank telang then ive read some of your papers and know you are/once were a doctor
so i wont judge, i just want your help
I don't have a need to hide my identitiy. It is the policy of this place to keep the doctors anonymous. I am a real doctor, I have a current medical license and a practice. why are you hassling me and ruining my chance to stay with this company. Shut you F444 mouth
Send your pictures to this doctor, DR.JH Gillard. he does atheroma research and investigational neuroradiology. He runs the grad fellow program and will hopefully look at your pictures and give you an answer. ok? let me know.
Sounds like they are coming around to their senses. I don't know how it works in England, but here they would be bending over backward from fear of the legal summons to court. There is no question that an MR Venogram is the better study for this problem, they will be able to measure the thrombus better, in relation to the lumen of the sinus,the key now is that you do not want the thrombus to propagate or break into pieces.
good luck to you, please get back to me with the venogram if you can. I am here for you. Dr. Frank T.