ULTRASOUND, CT-SCAN OR MAGNETIC RESONANCE?
Computed tomography (CT-Scan or CAT Scan)
Magnetic resonance (MRI)
Liver and bile duct lesions
Evaluation of the pancreas
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 , RésoScan-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.
Ultrasound or Magnetic Resonance (MRI) ?