MRI Opinion

hobart at humboldt1.com hobart at humboldt1.com
Fri Feb 6 22:01:55 EST 1998


A friend of mine is involved in a 4 year Worker's Compensation battle as
result of injury to back causing 4 herniated disks.  The agreed upon
medical examiner has written an opinion to the effect that the MRI
studies showing the herniations are of litte value and that MRI studies
in general are of little credibility. He sides with the insurance carrier
and is trying to make injured worker's injury look insignificant.  I find
his statements about MRI studies  to be incredible and would like to find
someone professional in the field who would be willing to comment on this
opinion.  Of course copies of the medical reports and MRI report etc
would be furnished.  Is someone out there who would be willing to defend
the credibility of MRI studies?  Please reply asap to attention Bill,
care of hobart at humboldt1.com.  Many thanks.

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