Re: MRI

Roy, it's just too complicated to understand without years of training. There are things on MRI that appear to be there when really they're not. At times there appears to be something when really they isn't. It takes a trained eye and the understanding of the physics involved to read one correctly. Myself, a doctor who has quite a bit of training reading these can still become lost and confused at what I'm looking at. A radiologist (whether medical or chiropractic) is the one to rely upon when deciphering the information on one of these films. I posted a link that may be of help understanding MRI.

Posted By doc4bax on November 23, 2007 at 10:53:17:

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