A & S Research Inc. – Dr. Roger Leir
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Hi Dr. Leir,
I’m about to rent a metal detector to see if I have any implants, would this be sufficent? I tried a stud-finder but it didn’t work on my body, only on a flat surface like a wall/table.
And if it detects anything, what type of scan should I get to see if I have any implants? A CAT scan?
We’ve never tried a larger metal detector for locating implants; they may not be able to detect something that small, but please let us know if you get any signals.
There is a high incidence of false-positive signals when using studfinders; the devices need to be carefully zeroed in an area of the body near, but not over, the suspected location of the implant.
All possible implant signals from any kind of metal detector need to be confirmed by a standard X-ray. The devices do not always show up on an X-ray, so not seeing anything on the X-ray film is not necessarily proof that there isn’t an implant present.
If something is observed on the X-ray film, a CAT scan is performed before a surgical removal, to locate the object more precisely.
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