Understand the meaning of “unremarkable” in your radiology report, including the significance for your care team and how it may help guide next steps.
With DocPanel, getting a second opinion is quick, easy, and reliable. From start to finish, here’s everything you need to know about submitting a second opinion request.
While it typically takes one to two weeks to get your MRI results, these factors may shorten or prolong the waiting time.
Explore the benefits of a radiology second opinion and determine if it's the right choice to give you confidence and peace of mind in your medical journey.
Spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH) is an important cause of secondary headaches, yet it is frequently misdiagnosed and mistreated. Dr. Majid Khan, an integral member of the Jefferson Headache Center, reveals what type of imaging tests…
DocPanel abdominal radiologists, Dr. Adair and Dr. Semeleka, share answers to the most common questions and concerns patients have about their abdominal MRI scans.
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.
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,…