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Why Get a Second Opinion?

 Making well-informed decisions about your healthcare starts with an accurate diagnosis. A radiology second opinion can provide you with invaluable clarity, confidence, and peace of mind. Our carefully curated team of radiologists deliver the highest standard of care with the compassion you deserve.

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12 million patients are misdiagnosed every year.

Of those misdiagnosed 10-20% are patients with serious conditions.

12 Million Patients, 10 - 20% with serious conditions

88% of second opinions result in a changed or refined diagnosis.

Donut Chart 67 Percent

Refined Diagnosis

Donut Chart 21 Percent

Changed Diagnosis

Donut Chart 12 Percent

Confirmed Diagnosis

Bar Chart 69 Percent

of body MRI second opinions reveal at least one discrepancy

Bar Chart 51 Percent

of breast imaging second opinions result in a big change of interpretation

Bar Chart 82 Percent

of Musculoskeltal MRI & CT second opinions result in a more accurate diagnosis 

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Hear What Our Patients Are Saying



    “DocPanel gave me ammunition. Had they not armed me with a better interpretation of my MRIs, I would have ended up in the hospital. DocPanel saved my life.”

    Read Jennifer’s full story on our blog.


    “I was able to communicate directly with my DocPanel radiologist. I asked questions and received insightful responses that made me confident about the care I was receiving. Read Dean’s full story on our blog.”

    Read Dean’s full story on our blog.
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    “My original report stated everything was normal, but my second opinion found 22 brain lesions. I’m now being considered for MS, finally, I’m getting the care I need.”

    Read Malcolm’s full story on our blog.


DocPanel’s second opinion radiologists have expertise across every specialty and modality. Our clinical team reviews each and every case to make sure you are matched with the best-suited expert for your unique case.

  • Body

    Body Imaging

    Body imaging radiologists specialize in the region between the throat and the pelvis. They evaluate diseases and conditions affecting major body organs and systems, including the lungs, liver, stomach, pelvis, kidneys, colon, pancreas, and intestines. They have specific expertise in the reproductive region and gastrointestinal organs.

  • Breast

    Breast Imaging

    Breast imaging includes screening exams and diagnostic tests, which require specific training. Mammography, 3D tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, and breast MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) are the most common modalities. In addition to cancer screening and evaluation, breast radiologists specialize in diagnosing benign breast conditions, such as cysts and fibroadenomas.

  • Cardiac

    Cardiac Cardiothoracic Imaging

    Cardiac imaging is essential for diagnosing and monitoring various heart conditions, including coronary artery disease, heart valve disorders, congenital heart defects, heart failure, and more. Given its complexity, our cardiac specialists use advanced software to visualize the images better and provide the most accurate diagnosis on echocardiogram, cardiac CT, and cardiac MRI studies.

  • Musculoskeletal

    Musculoskeletal Radiology

    Musculoskeletal radiologists specialize in assessing the body's bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and soft tissues. Their expertise is vital for accurately diagnosing fractures, sports injuries, arthritis, orthopedic disorders, and soft tissue pathologies. Orthopedic surgeons and rheumatologists depend on their interpretations to ensure the best treatment plans.

  • Neuroradiology

    Brain Neuroradiology

    Neuroradiologists specialize in the nervous system, which includes the brain, head and neck, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. They have extensive training and expertise in reading various imaging modalities and work closely with neurologists and neurosurgeons to provide accurate diagnoses and treatment plans for patients with neurological disorders.

  • Nuclear Medicine

    Syringe Nuclear Medicine

    Nuclear medicine and molecular imaging include multi-modality study types such as oncological PET-CT, neurological nuclear medicine (SPECT, PET-CT, and PET-MR), and nuclear cardiology. These highly complex studies involve injecting a small amount of a radioactive substance to visualize internal structures better and require the expertise of a trained nuclear medicine physician.

  • Pediatric

    Pediatric Radiology

    Pediatric radiologists have specialized training and expertise to accurately evaluate the unique anatomy and diseases affecting infants, children, and adolescents. Their knowledge ensures accurate diagnoses of conditions such as bone fractures, congenital anomalies, and neurological disorders - all of which present differently in children than adults.

  • Thoracic

    Thoracic Imaging

    The thoracic cavity encompasses the heart, lungs, mediastinum (the space between the lungs), ribs, sternum, and thoracic spine. Thoracic radiologists evaluate and diagnose a wide range of thoracic and pulmonary conditions. They play a vital role in aiding treatment planning and monitoring for patients with conditions including, but not limited to, lung cancer and respiratory infections.