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Thread: Orthopedic Hospital said Upright MRI scans Mandatory for Surgery

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    Orthopedic Hospital said Upright MRI scans Mandatory for Surgery


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    Beverly,
    If you are being paid or have a personal reason to only post about certain types of CT and MRI Scanners it is important to acknowledge that. Most of the members of this site depend on the honesty of other members.
    My opinion,
    Carl

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    Hi carl I just dont like all that FAILED BACK SURGERY from conventional scanners and people winding up in wheelchairs It is that simple You might be interested in the FAMOUS KLESSLER Foundation Research also as you know KESSLER Foundation does a lot for those with Spine problems http://tinyurl.com/h9m4r Now Vancouver Canada is duing Ostheoarthrits Research also http://tinyurl.com/luhrx To answer your ? I AM RETIRED and I like posting real info and sharing that info so the public can take control of their medical problems when they have diff choices One example the Famous Mayo Clinic PARALYSED 2 PATIENTS with a conventional scan just type in MAYO on this site search for that info http://tinyurl.com/9s5hu Its just medical info carl I hope I answer your ?"s I have some CHIARI - Whiplash etc. info also to share http://tinyurl.com/zy532
    Last edited by Beverly; 10-29-2006 at 01:10 PM.

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    Since most people with an acute SCI who need an MRI have unstable spines, using any position but supine for this procedure would be malpractice. Traumatic injury to the spine and spinal instability are definately contra-indications for an upright MRI.

    (KLD)

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    The patient can have a lay down mri scan also it is up to the SURGEON what position he wants the patient scanned in http://www.fonar.com/pmri.htm more info http://www.upmri.com and OXFORD UK has been using this New MRI 1st in the WORLD operating room for spine operations http://tinyurl.com/d2eqc I know YALE NHH a been using a upright mri also
    Last edited by Beverly; 10-30-2006 at 06:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly
    Hi carl I just dont like all that FAILED BACK SURGERY from conventional scanners and people winding up in wheelchairs It is that simple
    Beverly,
    I don't believe it is that simple - when I google your name and MRI most of what I get are references that lead to Fonar Corporation. And one of the reasons for using "tinyurl.com" is to hide the actual destination url. No one likes failed surgery, but there's something fishy here, especially after KLD's posting. Perhaps a Moderator should look into this.
    Carl

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    Hi carl here is another example a Ice Hockey Player got his life back as you know carl the recumbent scanners miss to much pathology DRS say http://www.fonar.com/casestudy/elsig_2.htm The reason I use tinyul because it makes large urls tiny as you see I am on WEBTV so I have to do what I can with what I have and if you click around this url carl http://tinyurl.com/9s5hu You will see I have posted a lot of GE Double Donut medical research also Important Spine Disc Space Measurements http://www.fonar.com/news/061206.htm
    Last edited by Beverly; 10-30-2006 at 08:05 AM.

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