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When is it necessary to do an MRI?

When is it necessary to do an MRI?

Modern methods of diagnosing diseases have added to the list of those that can be detected at an early stage. Many of them are classified as highly radiated, which affects the body accordingly, but MRI has its own advantage in this regard. This is one of the safest and most modern methods of studying the human body, in the field…

The battle between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Radiologists

The battle between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Radiologists

Since the golden ages of radiology in the 1970s to the present day, advances have created a significant impact on the role of the radiologist. Today, the 21st century radiologist is central in the delivery of patient care, however the future for many radiologists is regarded as an uphill battle with several factors influencing the course of the journey. A topic…

A brief history of radiology

A brief history of radiology

With radiology being the hottest and most technologically advancing speciality, attracting the attention of many doctors, let us have a brief look at how it all began. Radiology has been around for over a century. It all started when Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered X-rays in 1895. After working for weeks in his lab experimenting on the production of ‘strange rays’,…

Mri side effects – opinion of experts

Mri side effects – opinion of experts

Today, radiography and MRI are considered unique methods of examination. Thanks to such innovations, medicine has made a leap into the future and now we can safely detect pathologies not only at the last, but also at the earliest stages. This gives you a chance to start immediate treatment and eliminate the threat to life. Although MRI is the best…

Why do an MRI of the spine? — doctors advice

Why do an MRI of the spine? — doctors advice

This study shows a layer-by-layer image of the area under consideration, the structure of vertebrae and intervertebral discs, and also fully assumes the role of diagnosing the condition of soft tissues and neoplasms. The difference between magnetic resonance imaging and computer tomography is that in the first version there is no negative radiation on your body. Tissue research is carried…

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