Re: Question about MRI
Yes and no, if a doctor doesn't usually send out for MRIs, he or she might not make out the order correctly, or express it clearly. That could in turn mess things up for your MRI tech (the person who preforms the MRI). It's then sent to a radiologst who interprets the results and sends their findings to your doc.
Really it depends on how qualified your doctor is, how familiar they are with MRI, how clever your tech is at "decoding" what your doc wants and how experienced the radiologist is at interpreting your specific type of MRI scan.