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Chronic pelvic pain or persistent abdominal discomfort can signify a number of conditions. Whether you have a normal abdominal X-ray or an abnormal abdominal ct scan, a second opinion is recommended for all abdominal imaging.
With DocPanel’s elite team of subspecialists, get an accurate second opinion and diagnosis for complicated conditions of the stomach, intestines, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, kidneys, bladder, prostate, uterus, and ovaries.
We provide second opinions for all abdominal imaging scans:
The average lifetime risk of pancreatic cancer diagnosis is about 1 in 64. Because symptoms are often minimal or broad, like chronic pelvic pain or general abdominal discomfort, pancreatic cancer misdiagnosis happens frequently. This is extremely dangerous, given that pancreatic cancer spreads rapidly.
Early detection is crucial for successful treatment. Avoid pancreatic cancer misdiagnosis by getting a second opinion from one of DocPanel’s expert abdominal radiologists.
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DocPanel has over 250 specialty radiologists that you can pick from or allow us to find the best specialist for your case. Meet a few members of the DocPanel team of subspecialty radiologists:
Has completed a 6-step credential verification process
Is academic-level and fellowship-trained
Practices exclusively in the United States
Provides the highest standard of diagnostic interpretation
USC Medical Center Fellowship, Nuclear Medicine
USC Medical Center Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Medical School
American Board of Nuclear Medicine, certified in Nuclear Medicine
American Board of Radiology, certified in Diagnostic Radiology
PET CT, Nuclear Medicine
USC Department of Radiology Fellowship, Body Imaging and Interventional Radiology
Saint Mary's Medical Center Residency, Internal Medicine
University of California, Irvine Residency, Radiology
Temple University Medical School
American Board of Radiology
Abdominal Imaging, Body Imaging
CT, MR, Ultrasound, PET CT, NM
Society of Abdominal Radiology Fellowship, Abdominal Radiology
Montifiore Hospital Residency, Radiology
Albert Einstein College of Medicine Medical School
American Board of Radiology
Abdominal Imaging, MRI, CT, X-Ray, Ultrasound
The radiologist was great, very caring and thorough, not to mention very prompt. I'm glad that we can have that level of continuity as I expect my mother will have repeat imaging going forward on a routine basis given her condition.
Second opinion CT Abdomen/Pelvis, 4 cases submitted to DocPanel
I was so pleased during my entire experience with DocPanel! From start to finish Nirish guided me as to what to do and helped to ease my mind during the whole process. The radiologist that read my studies for a second opinion was fantastic and incredibly knowledgeable which is just what I needed! If you have any doubts at all, I would recommend you have DocPanel help you find a specialist who can give you a second opinion.
2nd opinion for Abdominal CT, MR and US
I saw the 2nd opinion by Dr White. Thank you ever so much for the effort. It really is detailed and specific unlike the very general diagnosis from the two orthopedists I consulted. Once again, thanks a million.
MRI second opinion of the hip