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Old 10-27-2005, 08:17 AM   #1
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question regarding mri scans

a question for those who've had repeated mri scans or has a knowledge on this subject.....
can you as the patient stipulate that an impending mri doesnt overlap the area recently scanned i.e. head(first scan) and shortly cervical spine(neck) or is that a precaution the dr takes anyway ? i know a head scan covers some of the neck,and the cervical spine scan covers parts of the brain, but having them seperately will subject certain areas to double the scanning.something id like to avoid if possible.any ideas people?

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