You spin things into all kinds of diatribes that were never even part of the discussion.
One thing you are a master at is thread derailment.
Congrats on another win.
TH op asked if these were safe procedures. They have risks and side effects.
The you went into your head bleed show. This was a diversion from the original discussion and you began with your usual condescending banter then when personal remarks returned to your arrogant doorstep you cried the usual victim game (a common tactic by people that love to disrupt the sharing of information) If the MRI is used in emergency situations fine, but they are used in a much wider way. It was found years later that diagnostic exrays contributed to all kinds of health problems. Evidence is stacking up that MRI's also have problems. There are all kinds of serious side effects being reported. The mainstream medical industry has much vested in these expensive procedures and entire careers are based on them. Trying to find unbiased Science that runs to the contrary of the industry supported position is difficult but it exists. Not everyone is a money whore.
If you go to the industry for Science you get "tobacco" Science as you proof.
The Cell Phone industry uses this approach too saying that the radiation from Cell Phone s is low level and non ionizing radiation is safe, yet we see Dr. Carlo (a scientist who was brought in by the industry) speaking out about the dangers of these phones as well as other wireless devices.
For the original poster...have a look around for credible research into this (beyond self propped up forum gurus) and make your won decision away from thread derailment agendas.