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68% of brain tumors are not malignant. A misdiagnosis on a brain scan can lead to unnecessary treatments with serious side effects. Conversely, symptoms of a brain tumor that might seem ordinary, such as worsening headaches, nausea and vomiting, and short-term memory loss, can actually be quite serious.
60% of spinal surgery patients had a discrepancy between their initial spine CT or MRI interpretation and neuro second opinion. Only 15.5% of patients received the same surgical recommendation. Whether you have a normal spine CT or an abnormal spine MRI, getting a second opinion from a neuroradiologist ensures accuracy.Learn More
The ability to accurately detect and identify lesions takes a neuroradiologist years of experience in the field. Getting an expert neuro second opinion on a brain lesion or spine lesion plays a crucial role in helping to determine the best next step in your diagnostic journey.
Lesions may involve tiny to large areas of your brain or spine, and can range from harmless to life threatening. A subspecialty neuroradiologist is needed to accurately identify and diagnose such conditions.Get Peace Of Mind
Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease are diagnosed by a combination of symptoms, relying on medical history and a few specific markers. A brain scan and second opinion from a subspecialty neuroradiologist can help identify these markers or eliminate potential look-alike conditions before a diagnosis is finalized.
An Alzheimer’s MRI can be used to predict whether or not a patient is likely to develop Alzheimer's disease by detecting brain abnormalities associated with mild cognitive impairment. In the early stages, a brain scan may be normal.
Careful image interpretation by a neuroradiologist and advice for further tests, such as a PET scan, are imperative in the diagnostic process. An early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease can help delay further complications through treatments that slow the disease’s progression. However, such treatments can be harmful for patients who don’t actually have Alzheimer’s Disease. Avoid misdiagnosis and overdiagnosis with an Alzheimer’s MRI second opinion.
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A brain lesion may be found in M.S. patients before other noticeable symptoms are present. Patients that begin treatment early often have slower degenerative progression.
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A neuroradiologist uses radiographic imaging such as x-rays, CTs, MRIs, and ultrasound to diagnosis and treat conditions of the brain, spinal cord, head, and neck.
The two main types of brain scans are CT and MRI. Brain scans help a neuroradiologist identify and assess tumors, cortical atrophy, lesions, intracranial bleeding, structural anomalies, and more. With a brain scan, a neuroradiologist can also detect brain clots that may cause strokes. In addition, they are used to evaluate the effects of treatment on brain tumors, and provide guidance for surgery or biopsies of brain tissue.
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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:
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Northwestern University - McGaw Medical Center Fellowship, Pediatric Radiology
University of Chicago Fellowship, Neuroradiology
St. Francis Hospital Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
Touro University College of Medicine Medical School (D.O)
American Board of Radiology
American Board of Radiology, certified in Neuroradiology
Pediatric and Adult Neuroradiology second opinions
CT, MR, Ultrasound, X-Ray
University of Southern California Fellowship, Neuroradiology
University of Washington - Seattle Fellowship, Neuroradiology
University of California - Los Angeles Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
UCSF Medical School
American Board of Radiology
National Board of Medical Examiners
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