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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.

Experience in the area

I now have more than 30 years experience in diagnostic imaging. My specialty is MRI. I am also very familiar with CT and the way we used to take x-rays (everything's digital now)!

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I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Technology.


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Recent Answers from Delia White

2017-02-05 MRA scan:

Hello, Jenny.    If they treated your aneurysm by surgically implanting an aneurysm clip, DO NOT have an MRA before you verify that the aneurysm clip is MRI safe. A ferrous (having magnetic properties)

2017-01-26 Breast Sonogram:

Hello, Kelly,    Previous imaging, especially of your breasts, is extremely helpful to the radiologist. No matter why you are having your test. In fact, I have in my possession all of the breast imaging

2017-01-24 CT VS MRI:

Hello, Maria.    MRI is superior for showing cartilage and ligaments, and inferior for showing bone. MRI uses the water in your body (specifically the Hydrogen molecules) to create images. However, MR

2016-12-16 Small bowel CT scan:

Hello, Richard.    I would say that a CT scan is able to detect small bowel disease very well. The results mean that your small bowel appears to be normal, in the very well-educated radiologist's opinion

2016-12-07 Cancer scare:

Hello, Mammie.    You are at a higher risk of developing cancer than someone who has never had any x-rays, but that's not something to lose sleep over.    There is nothing you can do to reverse or remove

 

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