Neuroradiology

5 Things to Know About Your Cervical MRI

If you are experiencing pain in your neck or upper back, or have any other symptoms related to that area, it is likely your doctor will ask you to get a cervical MRI. We spoke with a leading neuroradiologist, Dr. Pastena, to find out what patients should know about their cervical MRI.

How a Second Opinion Saved Me from a Brain MRI Misdiagnosis

During her last pregnancy, Jennifer became severely ill with a multitude of debilitating symptoms. After being dismissed by many doctors, she reached out to DocPanel for a second opinion on her MRI scans. The results were lifechanging. Here is her story.

Understanding Your Brain Tumor MRI & Brain Tumor Diagnosis

From the complexities of differentiating between different types of brain tumors to a breakdown of the grading system used to stage brain cancer, Dr. Rozenfeld offers guidance and advice to help patients navigate a brain tumor diagnosis.

Neuro Second Opinion Catches Missed Brain Lesions Suggestive of MS

Malcolm’s brain MRI was initially read as completely normal. Upon getting a second opinion, it was discovered that 22 lesions suggestive of possible MS had been missed. Here’s his story.

Advice from a Radiologist: Navigating Brain Lesions

In this exclusive interview, Chief of Neuroradiology at Stanford University, Dr. Wintermark, answers common questions patients have about brain lesions and reveals how a second opinion can help provide clarity for those navigating a diagnosis.

The Best Online MS Support Groups

Whether you’re looking for therapeutic techniques to manage daily symptoms or would like to connect with other multiple sclerosis patients in-person, these best online MS support groups have it all.