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Continuing medical education

ULTRASOUND, CT-SCAN OR MAGNETIC RESONANCE?

Computed tomography (CT-Scan or CAT Scan)
Magnetic resonance (MRI)
Digestive Investigation
Liver and bile duct lesions
kidney lesions
Evaluation of the pancreas
Retroperitoneal evaluation
Pelvic evaluation
Investigation of urolithiasis (kidney stones)
Uroscan by computed tomography (CT-Scan)


INVESTIGATION OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM, ULTRASOUND OR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (MRI)?

G. Roumy M.D
Radiologist at Charles-Le Moyne Hospital, Groupe UnImage , RĂ©soScan-CLM,

The investigation of a musculoskeletal problem starts with a good questionnaire and a physical examination usually followed by a plain radiographs to guide the next step. If needed, more elaborate tests such as ultrasound, MRI, bone scan or CT scan may be required.

Musculoskeletal ultrasound
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Ultrasound or Magnetic Resonance (MRI) ?

Shoulder disorders
Knee Pathologies
Other anatomical regions

Therapeutic musculoskeletal ultrasound

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