- Posted February 12, 2013 by
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Is neck abrasion a normal outcome after MRI?
Are abrasions over the trachea a normal finding after a non invasive procedure as MRI?
May the tapes cause a scratch on top of the trachea?
How deep and heavy should have been the pressure on top of the trachea of a child under anesthesia to cause the abrasion of the neck?
Is it that necessary to puncture the four limbs for just getting a vein?
How necessary is propofol as anesthesia for MRI when it comes to a boy with cerebral palsy who hardly moves himself?