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How a Lumbar Spine MRI Second Opinion Led to a Proper Diagnosis

“I knew, based on how I felt, that the report was wrong. So I reached out to DocPanel to review it, and the results were vastly different.” After a hip MRI second opinion read from DocPanel’s neuroradiology specialist, Michael finally got an accurate diagnosis. Here’s his story.

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NIOSH “B Reading” is now online and efficient with DocPanel

NIOSH “B Reading” is now online and efficient with DocPanel: Goodbye to the Mailing/Faxing/FedExing days. Learn how you can improve your B Reading service with DocPanel

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Why NBA Star Markelle Fultz is the Perfect Example of The Importance of a Second Opinion

Thoracic outlet syndrome is a group of disorders that occur when blood vessels or nerves in the area between your collarbone and first rib (thoracic outlet) are compressed.

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Why a Second Opinion is Crucial for a Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disabling neurological condition that affects millions of people worldwide, but it is difficult to diagnosis due to many varying symptoms that patients can present with. As a result, misdiagnosis is common for cases of MS.

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Orthopedic Injuries and the Importance of a Second Opinions

Subspecialty Second Opinions in Orthopedic Radiology Were More Accurate in 82% of Cases. Orthopedic conditions are the second largest contributing factor to disabilities worldwide. These conditions affect everybody with between 20% and 30% of people living with a painful orthopedic condition globally.

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Alzheimer's Disease, and The Benefit of a Radiology Second Opinion

Radiology imaging has become central to both the detection and ongoing research of Alzheimer's, as it's able to identify tell-tale signs of structural and functional cerebral alteration within the brain as well as allows us to visualize the molecular pathology of the disease.

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