Neuroradiology

Why Get a Neuroradiology Second Opinion

Neuroradiologists specialize in diagnosing abnormalities in the brain, sinuses, spine, spinal cord, neck, and central nervous system. Their familiarity with complex disease presentation allows them to produce more accurate and comprehensive reports than general radiologists, leading to better-informed treatment decisions. Neuroradiologists can also provide guidance on advanced imaging techniques that may be recommended as a follow-up to evaluate a particular finding more closely.

How It Works

34% of neuroradiology second opinions result in a change of diagnosis. 1

Change of staging

SEcondary interpretations by neuroradiologists for head and neck cancer reported 56% of reinterpretations resulted in a cancer staging change, and 38% resulted ina change of management 2

Change of cancer management

“Every neuroradiology second opinion is an opportunity to make a positive impact. It's a privilege to play a role in someone's journey to better health.”

Mashood

Arian Mashhood, MD

Neuroradiologist

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