I have some pictures , which I want to get analyses . The pictures seem quite confusing because they do not show any clear injury . What are the experts called for a job who can clearly figure out if there is any injury visible or not and at the same time have an expertise in imaging which can highlight the fact whether it is the image or bad photography or what or a real mark .
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I believe that what you are trying to describe is a Radiologist.
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If it is a diagnostic study, you need a radiologist
A radiologist is the physician that reads and interprets x-rays and other imaging studies.
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Unclear what you are saying. If they are xrays or scans, a radiologist may be needed. There are many limitations to such scans and they do not always show clear evidence of injury. it can be expensive to hire such experts. I recently had to pay 650/hr for an expert neuro radiologist to review records and scans. If you have an atty representing you you should talk to them about this.
A radiologist, and you can post this on Avvo Health (the medical side of Avvo). Good luck.
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This appears to be a job that your attorney should perform through appropriate experts. Speak with your attorney.
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