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Best Self Atlanta Magazine April 20...

What should I do if I don’t understand the result of my imaging test (CT, MRI ultrasound, etc.)? Get a copy of the report so that you can ask your doctor specific questions about the results. Another idea is to talk directly with a radiologist, a physician who specializes in interpreting imaging exams. This can be accomplished by contacting the radiologist who read your exam, or by using an online service that allows you to have a…

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Atlanta Magazine January 2015: X-Ra...

Most patients never meet the doctors who read their x-rays, CT scans, or MRIs, yet radiologists often make critical diagnoses that affect patients’ treatment. To help patients make sense of their results, Dr. Rourke Stay, a board-certified radiologist, founded Lightbulb Radiology, a Columbus-based service that provides online second opinions via GoToMeeting.

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Sound Medicine Radio Interview (1/2...

Patients rarely read the radiologist’s report for common medical imaging tests, such as MRIs, CT scans and X-rays, or consult with their radiologist. That’s because radiologists’ reports are written for other medical professionals and not for their patients. But including patients in the conversation can be good for health outcomes, says radiologist Dr. Rourke Stay, who runs a consulting service that offers second opinions on…

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MDatl.com December 2014: Press rele...

Lightbulb Radiology Provides Online Face-to-Face Imaging Consults Between Patient and Radiologist Millions of imaging tests are performed in the United States each year.  Although most of these exams are interpreted by a radiologist, patients usually receive their results from the ordering physician. In many cases, the radiologist, as the imaging expert, is actually the physician best equipped to explain imaging…

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