Was just thinking...
If someone goes for an MRI or Xray, I would assume that the PMMA would stick out like a sore thumb. Does anyone know obvious this is during one of these procedures? I have no reason to have either of these, but just curious if you would need to be prepared to explain should the need arise.
The scanners only show surface features. Basically you naked. MRI will show tissue in the penis but I highly doubt ( I am sure ) the resolution is not fine enough to actually show the PMMA. However the excess tissue would show. But none the less Dark , it would be interesting to hear for sure! BTW I hope you are doing well!
For people familiar with my case, they know I\'ve been dealing with chest pain and AFIB a few months after getting PMMA ... my doctor and I are going to get a MRI in the next few weeks to see if we can see the PMMA ... I\'ll let you know.
The new scanners that I have gone through aren\'t as \"intimate\" as the previous versions. They show an X on the area where there is an anomaly. It is possible that it would trigger, but I really doubt it.
They usually put a lead blanket over your pelvis to protect your testicles from x-rays. It is unlikely to be in an x-ray. I doubt PMMA will show up in an x- ray. It is a bunch if scattered glass pellets that are too tiny to see. The glass won\'t show up. I doubt the collagen will be so dense, so it won\'t show up either.