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Dynamic Pelvic Floor Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Dr. Max Izbicki provides highly personalized, comprehensive gynecologic care in Chicago, Il, including the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, often diagnosed following chronic difficulty with normal urination, dedication, a bulge protruding from the vagina, or other symptoms. 149 more words

Dr. Max Izbicki

Yay! Ben is okay!

Great news!  The results of MRI and the MRA scans on grandson Ben’s brain were excellent!  There’s no problem with the original fistula repair, and no new fistula has formed. 215 more words

Arteriovenous Fistula

Isolated, nondisplaced medial cuneiform fractures: Report of two cases

by Koun Yamauchi MD1*, Satoru Miyake MD1, Chisato Kato MD1, Takayuki Kato MD1

The Foot and Ankle Online Journal 10 (2): 1

Isolated, nondisplaced medial cuneiform fractures are difficult to diagnose using plain radiographs. 1,748 more words

Waiting on Ben's Results

The results of  grandson Ben’s brain scans, which were done here in Georgia on Friday, were “over-nighted” by Federal Express to New York where Dr. Berenstein will view them.   453 more words

Arteriovenous Fistula

Pour some sugar on me (MRI version)

In magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), contrast agents are used to enhance the imaging of tissue structures. While they enhance signals in blood vessels and in spaces between cells, they do not reach the interior of the cell. 457 more words

Everyday Science

Changes in lactate dehydrogenase are associated with central gray matter lesions in newborns with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy

Purpose: Biomarkers may predict neurological prognosis in infants with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE). We evaluated the relationship between serum lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which predicts neurodevelopmental outcomes, in order to assess whether LDH levels are similarly predictive. 133 more words

MRIs: Why Are They So Loud?

My dad was scheduled for his first MRI scan the other day, and as the designated family technical expert, Pop had plenty of questions for me about what to expect. 81 more words

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