Module 2: Understanding Spinal MRI Views (Sagittal, Parasagittal, Axial) and Sequences (T1, T2, STIR)


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Are you familiar with looking at spinal MRI scans? If not, we strongly recommended starting with this webinar prior to our more advanced webinars and small group (online) coaching sessions.

This webinar will give you an understanding of the common terminology contained in MRI radiology reports of the spine. You will become familiar with the different views (sagittal, axial, coronal) and sequences (T1, T2, STIR), what they are and are not useful for, and in what circumstances you might need to specify them to be included in any MRI referrals you request.

Furthermore, we will teach you an ABC(DE) approach when it comes to analysing the spinal and extra-spinal structures.

The seminar will leave you with the confidence to know what you are looking at on MRI images and a sense of normal spinal anatomy as a reference point, so that you will be primed and ready to spot abnormal pathology (as covered in our other courses).

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