MRI of a Lumbar Disc Herniation

As I mentioned in my first post, you need to use the right tool for the job. When it comes to evaluation of soft tissues, in general, MRI reigns supreme. In the case of low back pain, MRI is essential for detection of disc herniation. However, most low back pain is attributable to muscle strain […]

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Breast Fibroadenoma on Ultrasound

Here is a fabulous example of a classic ultrasound appearance of a typical benign fibroadenoma, and an atypical fibroadenoma. If you have been told you have a fibroadenoma, you should watch this! Hope you liked that. I thought it was a great case demonstrating how two lesions can be the same thing but look quite […]

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Fibrocystic Breasts

This VLOG is directed towards patients. It shows the typical ultrasound appearance of normal breast tissue with some scattered benign simple cysts. This is intended for women to see what the radiologist views when breasts are described as fibrocystic. This is essentially a normal ultrasound of the breast.   Next time, I’ll post an ultrasound […]

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CT – Coronary Calcium Scoring

This has become wildly popular over the past year. Seems like part of the routine screening we start getting in our fifth decade of life, some even opting to have it done in their 40’s. I have spoken with several cardiologist friends and colleagues. Most have had it done themselves! They highly recommend it. This […]

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