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Delia White

I am not qualified to interpret diagnostic imaging or to diagnose disease. Please consult a physician for that information. I am the photographer. I can tell you what to expect during most MRI, CT and X-ray procedures.

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2016-12-03 Abdominal and pelvis ct scan:

Hello, Jessica.    Don't worry about it this weekend. This is not an emergency. If your doctor can't explain these results to you, make an appointment for a consultation with a different doctor about your

2016-11-05 Regarding Ultrasound:

Hello, Gisbert.    Medical imaging is not always 100% accurate. There is always the possibility of a "false positive" or "false negative" result. For example, there may be a gas bubble overlying the anatomy

2016-11-04 hot spots on bone scan:

Hello, Maria.    Hot spots indicate increased blood flow in an area. As long as a fractured bone is still healing, there is a lot of blood flow around the broken area. So it is normal for a fracture to

2016-11-02 how much dye can you receive in a day?:

Hello, Maria.    CT dye or contrast is not the same as MRI contrast. If you have both on the same day, you should have the MRI first. MRI dye doesn't interfere with CT, but CT contrast can interfere with

2016-10-26 Broken Arm x-ray:

Hello, Leigh.    I am not a physician, so not qualified to diagnose disease. I am only the photographer.     A fractured bone usually heals within 6-8 weeks. It sounds like you may have damaged some nerves

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