|12-04-2007, 05:09 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
I had an MRI and an MRA yesterday!! (12/3/2007)
I had it done at around 3pm. It was done with and without the contrast dye. Lucky me, I was one of the ones that had to have a reaction to the contrast dye. (broke out in a sweat, dizziness, lightheadedness, and extreme nausea but thankfully no vomiting...) it went away when I laid down and I was able to finish the test. They told me it was rare to have any reactions to the contrast dye, and I had the contrast dye (the same dye they were using) before with no problems, so go figure....
anyways...it got me to thinking...
I got to take home a CD copy of ALL the images of the MRI and MRA. Last night when I was in bed I got to thinking...."this would make great website content!...How can I make one article (or more) out of every MRI/MRA image that would make for some interesting website content that ppl would come back again and again for. I want to do this without sounding like a boring anatomy and physiology website.....some questions I am asking:
1. Should I go about it as a story format listing places in the brain on the MRI/MRA and go into detail about each of those?
2. How can I make one or more articles out of every single image of the MRI/MRA even though the images are for the most part, repeats of each other with higher more in depth magnifications....
3. Any other things and feedback I may have missed in the process would be greatly appreciated
p.s. I do remember saying a few choice words when they stuck me with the IV needle to insert the dye, etc...only cause the needle HURT LIKE HELL!!!
...but they were directed at the pain of the needle going into my vein and not at anyone in particular....though I do remember the technician scolding me afterwards...which I thougt was funny.....
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