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Delia White

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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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2016-09-20 MRI:

Hello, Dorothy.    I'm sorry to hear you hurt your shoulder. First, you cannot get an MRI without a doctor's order. So, you will need to see a doctor before you try to schedule an MRI.    It doesn't really

2016-09-08 Arthrtis vs cancer?:

Hello, Thespina.    First, I am not a physician. Therefore, I am not qualified to diagnose disease. I am only the photographer.     Honestly, I don't know how the radiologists tell whether Bone Scan activity

2016-09-07 subacute fracture:

Hi, Christina.    Subacute is a vaguely defined state that is clearly not acute (sudden and/or recent), but rather between acute and chronic (or long-term). In other words, the radiologist was unable to

2016-09-02 Hypoechoic mass:

Hi, Rhonda.    First, I am not a physician, therefore not qualified to diagnose disease or interpret medical images. I am only the photographer, and I know next to nothing about Ultrasound. I am an MRI

2016-09-01 Hypoechoic mass:

Hello, Rhonda.    Don't worry. Hypoechoic does NOT necessarily mean cancer. It's a medical term used to describe how the tissue looks with ultrasound:     "Echogenicity (misspelled sometimes as echogenecity)

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