Neuroradiology

The Importance of a Pediatric Neuroradiology Second Opinion

Pediatric Neuroradiologist, Dr. Michael Rozenfeld, discusses how a subspecialty second opinion can help parents ensure their child’s neuroimaging is read by the correct subspecialist.

5 Things You Should Know About Your TBI MRI and CT Scan

Whether TBI imaging is being performed for a loved one, such as your child, or yourself, these exams can be unfamiliar and even daunting. We spoke with neuroradiologist and pediatric subspecialty radiologist, Dr. Michael Rozenfeld, to learn the five most important things patients should know about their TBI imaging.

World-Leading Spine Tumor Ablation Expert on Challenges and Tips in the Field

In this exclusive interview with Dr. Khan, we dive deeper into his expertise. From common pitfalls in diagnosing tumors in the head, neck, and spine to advice on how to overcome such challenges, Dr. Khan gives us a glimpse into his work with exciting reveals about his latest projects.

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Top 3 Questions Patients Have About Their Neck and Brain Scans

Neuroradiologist, Dr. Gaetano Pastena, discusses the three most common questions patients ask about their neck and brain scans.

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What to Know About Your Lumbar Spine MRI

Dr. Andrew Kompel shares answers to the top five questions patients have about their lumbar spine MRI results and explains why every patient should get a second opinion.

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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.