For many physicians, an MRI is a figurative black hole into which a patient may be inserted to see what comes out. This often occurs without a definitive diagnosis. By means of a comparative table, this article elucidates differences between three common imaging technologies.
Low back pain remedies used to totter between popping anti-inflammatory drugs throughout the day and surgical vertebral fusion with bolts and plates. The two extremes are still in use but the many solutions in between may surprise you.