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Why should you opt for an Abdominal Radiology Second Opinion?

The human abdomen houses many vital organs such as the stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, spleen, gallbladder, bile duct system, pancreas, kidneys, ureters, bladder and many blood vessels (arteries and veins). So it is extremely important to be vigilant if anything unusual is felt in the abdomen as pain or discomfort in the area can signal many serious health concerns.

Three of the five most seriously afflicted organs by cancer are located within the human abdomen. Cancers of the colon, rectum and prostate are among the primary causes of cancer mortality. It is estimated that pancreatic cancer accounts for 7% of total cancer deaths. The average lifetime risk of pancreatic cancer is 1 in 64. Misdiagnosis of pancreatic cancer is common because symptoms are typically vague or unclear, such as prolonged pelvic pain or general abdominal discomfort. Given the fast development of pancreatic cancer, this is exceedingly risky.

Early detection is critical for effective therapy. Get a second opinion to avoid abdominal cancer misdiagnosis. A second opinion is always recommended when it comes to MRI, CT or X- Ray scans so that you can make a confident decision.

At Radiologycheck.com, you can get a precise second opinion and detailed diagnosis for health issues related to multiple organs such as the liver, kidneys, stomach, ovaries, bladder, prostate etc.

Our Second opinion encompasses all abdominal scans including:

Abdominal CT and MRI scan
General and Doppler Ultrasound
Oncological imaging of the abdomen
Gastrointestinal and Genitourinary Fluoroscopy

Why is it necessary to go for a Second Opinion?

Why is it necessary to go for a Second Opinion?

Any disease diagnosis has the potential to change our lives. Nearly all of us become overwhelmed in such circumstances. However, being aware of the possibilities may enable you to make more assured choices. Many people seek a second opinion from a radiologist in order to feel at ease and in charge of their lives.

How a second opinion can benefit you:

It confirms the accuracy of your diagnosis.
You get a better understanding of your condition.
You have the option of choosing the best way forward.
You get peace of mind.
You can make a confident decision.