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how to read brain mri can't wait for results want to know if abnormal can be easily noticed on images i hav of result ?

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Dr. Steven Bowers
33 years experience Internal Medicine
Really?: Okay, you actually want us to teach you how to be a neuroradiologist in 400 words or less? Not very realistic. Sorry.
Answered on May 12, 2015
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Dr. Steven Bowers
33 years experience Internal Medicine
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Hang in there. Not knowing can be difficult, but I don't really see how you are going to rush this process.
Feb 17, 2012
Dr. David Rothfeld
37 years experience Radiology
Don't do it....: If it were that easy there would not be specialists that spend years training to interpret the scan. Be patient and wait for the results.
Answered on Dec 9, 2012

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