False Negative MRIs

MRIs are considered the Gold Standard of objective findings and are often relied upon as the “fork in the road” in both clinical and legal decision making. However, can MRIs be “False Negative” and if so how does that effect your case? Dr. Khan will journey you through the variety of ways MRIs may be false negative and how to minimize that possibility.
CEU: 1
Date Presented: February 10th, 2021
Presenter(s): Sana Khan MD PhD
Bio: Dr. Sana Khan is an accomplished radiologist, researcher, teacher and entrepreneur. He graduated as a Dean’s Scholar with both M.D. and Ph.D. degrees (Anatomy and Neurobiology) from UCLA. He was the first radiologist in the U.S. with the Stand-Up Weight-Bearing MRI. He has published and contributed to over a hundred research papers and is a prolific lecturer at conferences nationally.