Magnetic resonance imaging, or “MRI” as it is known, is a medical procedure in which a magnetic field and radio waves are used to create detailed images of the body’s organs and tissues. The MRI machine’s magnetic field temporarily realigns the body’s hydrogen atoms, and radio waves cause these aligned atoms to produce faint impressions. These are used to create cross-sectional MRI images. An MRI machine can also produce 3-D images for views from different angles.
MRI expert witnesses at ForensisGroup have years of experience as diagnostic radiologists. These experts focus on medical imaging, radiation physics, radiographic procedures, radiographic positioning, protection, and exposure. They are adept at musculoskeletal MRI procedures and interpretation. They offer consulting services for the preparation of accreditation documents, curriculum development, coordination of clinical education, second opinions on MRI interpretations, and peer reviews as well as medical file reviews.
Their professional experience includes working as staff radiologists, department chiefs of radiology, musculoskeletal MRI radiologists, and executives of a radiology company. These experts are members of the American Medical Association, the Radiological Society of North America, and the American College of Radiology.
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