I am curious about MRI scan. Thus, I would like to find out what is the possibility/chances for a MRI scan to be diagnosed wrongly?
it doesn't diagnose anything
it takes pictures of you
a picture speaks a thousand words
that is why in sch we have picture description in oral exam
I am referring to the report for MRI Scan. But it is okay, I have the answer from a professional website.
Thank you for your precious time.
i accept the appreciation
hinting we are not professional?
(yes, we are not.)
but in the 1st place u oso neh say properly
MRI is not always the diagnostic tool of choice to image particular tissues. For instance, Doppler ultrasound is equal or superior to an MRI for injuries or diseases of the tendons. Ultrasounds are also preferable for the imaging of fetuses during pregnancy.
I've had an MRI scan which proved unable to detect my torn ligament. Heng got experienced doctor look at my XRAY and deduce the right problem
MRI scans are as accurate as the doctor reading them.
Sometimes there can be differing opinions