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Your MRI in HD!

As a patient YOU have a choice. Make sure you demand the best for your MRI. 3T MRI all the time, every time. 3T MRI at Siker Medical Imaging  & Intervention – The only place to get YOUR MRI in stunning HD! Siker Imaging is so confident in the incredible quality of our high resolution 3T MRI that we provide our quality...

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Our Unique Quality Guarantee

Siker Imaging, now open on the west and east sides of Portland, Oregon, offers a Quality Guarantee that delivers the first true “Pay for Performance” in medicine in Oregon. Why is 3T MRI at Siker Medical the best choice for patients and physicians alike? The Best Technology. The Best expert interpretation. The Best cost for patients. Others claim to have the best. We guarantee it!...

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3D Demonstration: 3T MRI Brain With Diffusion Tensor Imaging

DTI/Tractography imaging is a cutting edge technique that allows visualization of nerve fibers.  It is used primarily for surgical planning, and is known to be sensitive in identifying nerve tract damage post trauma (healthy patient seen below)....

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Dizziness and Balance Problems: 3T MRI Brain

SYMPTOMS: The patient presented after experiencing an onset of dizziness and balance problems. During the initial exam it was revealed that the patient also had hearing changes in the right ear. After in-clinic hearing and balance testing, the otolaryngologist referred the patient to Siker Imaging for high resolution 3T MRI as well as CT of the temporal bones. The MRI included a CSF Flow study (used to measure cerebral spinal fluid velocity indicating increase or decrease in pressure). High resolution images were acquired and Dr. David Siker, Neuro Radiologist and Neuro-Interventionalist, was able to determine a number of concerning pathologies including possible NPH (Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus). Images representative of the study including labels and annotations of specific pathology are presented below for review. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS: 1. Mild to moderate scattered supratentorial white matter changes. In this age group,...

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Severe Headache & Facial Paralysis: 3T MRI Brain

SYMPTOMS: The patient presented with a severe headache, facial paralysis and bi-lateral facial weakness. Patient had been previously diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy. The consulting neurologist referred the patient to Siker Imaging for a high resolution 3T MRI of the brain with and without contrast. High resolution images were obtained. In addition to the MRI, a sequence was performed to screen the cerebral vasculature which unveiled a small extradural cerebral aneurysm. Representative images with pathology clearly labeled and annotated are presented below for review. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS: 1. There is enhancement of the bilateral facial nerves within the IAC (intracanalicular portions), as well as at the labyrinthine portions. Findings are consistent with clinical history of Bell’s palsy. 2. The remainder of the Brain MRI with and without is normal. 3. There is a tiny (2 mm) extradural cerebral aneurysm at...

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Neck Injury- Flexion/Extension

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