Dr. Doug Lake, a radiologist at Bellevue Medical Center explains the difference between a CT scan and MRI scan. He also explains how he decides which scan to perform and the state-of-the-art equipment in use at Bellevue Medical Center. The MRI at the hospital is much better for people with claustrophobia and for larger patients.
The Difference Between A CT And MRI – Bellevue Medical Center
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29 thoughts on “The Difference Between A CT And MRI – Bellevue Medical Center”
This video needs to explain the moderate to a large amount of radiation that is used in CT AND PET scans…do MRI instead. Very important.
15 seconds for a CT scan? really?
Can u use a MRI for looking at the pancreas for pancreatic cancer?
Nice video doc💐
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CT is an X-Ray for hard objects such as bone and MRI is for soft organs and muscle tender.
Both are useful in the medical world m.
Can the Doc explain for " what small things " the CT scan done?
what is better for spinal cord injury?
Is Ct scan without contrast accurate ?
I have had headache for a while now that comes and goes
Doctor got me CT scan and showed clear brain but acute sphenoid sinusitis
But i keep thinking i need MRI and that maybe CT scan isnt accurate or they made a mistake ?
No other side effects though.
He talks so peacefully.
Thanks very well explained ct versus mri
The background music is very distracting and annoying. Hard to hear voice because of it.
Hello Doctor, how do you think?
Does my brain structure have an unusual from the others?"
your video has too much background sound that i cant hear voice properly…you ahould remind it later
If MRI is better than CT, why do CT in the first place? Why don't do MRI directly???
2:28 Carol from The Walking Dead
Radiation level of ct vs mri?
He looks like Woody Allen, but handsome.
I was in a accident about 16 months ago. It wasn't a small accident since I had to go through surgery and all that. They gave me the CT since my surgery was related to my head but never a MRI. Now listening to this and realizing MRI detects a lot of soft tissue issues I feel I should open my case back up. I'm not old either im in my mid 20's and really feel like the University of Minnesota owe me answers? You really don't know how hurt you are until everything you thought hurt heals.
No parts of the body should receive ion rads. Why dont you people stop using that s h it. Its not safe for you either. If you like being serial killers then keep quiet about it and get radiation.
This is very informative and straight to the point. Thank you 🙂
Use a lay man,s language
But which is better for people with stent in heart?
God bless you brother !