LoveActually wrote:I got the radiologist report. I contacted the imaging center in the neighboring city (same company) and they gave it to me with zero problems. I'm going to have to get my dictionary out to understand this thing but it's better then not having it at all.
I'm seeing civilian doctor's but I'm unable to choose my doctor. The military GP pretty much refers you to whoever accepts Tricare Insurance and is closest to your location. Which in my case, is not the best choice in care.
Thank you for the info Sharon.
LoveActually wrote:Thank you patientx."Well, then, do you know any GOOD neurologists?"
I agree 100% If I didn't have to jump through hoops to get another referral through this military insurance then I would be seeing someone else already. And if I had the patience.
I must of read the reason for contrast wrong somewhere but thanks for clearing that up. And thank you for the other great advice.
Do you (or anyone else) think my neuro's office will give me a copy of the radiologist report before I sit down and speak with the neuro? She offers no compassion or sensitivity so there's no real benefit from hearing it from her, good or bad.
There is no intracranial hemorrhage .
I guess when I said there were lots of smart people here, I should have mentioned, I'm not one of them.
To read up a little bit on the MRI you can check here:
http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Mul ... /23?cid=36
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