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197- The Fundamentals of MRI Review

Stop stressing out reading MRI's! Discover the 4 fundamentals of MRI review on this weeks episode.

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194- The 4 Fundamentals of MRI Review

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Do you get a cold sweat when a patient hands you their MRI? Maybe you rely on only on the reports? No worries, in this weeks podcast episode I’ll break down the 4 fundamentals for you to start reviewing MRI’s today!

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144- 7 Key MRI Findings You Need to Know

Here are seven key findings you need to look for when examining the vertebral discs on MRI. These have been found be the most highly correlated to pain and dysfunction.

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Correlation of pain with objective quantification of magnetic resonance images in older adults with chronic low back pain.

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016- Objective Correlation of MRI Findings and Pain

The new measurement of % MRI index promises to perhaps bridge the gap between objective MRI findings and subjective patient complaints.

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Correlation of pain with objective quantification of magnetic resonance images in older adults with chronic low back pain