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Radiologists have an image problem

08:00 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | KevinMD

Here’s a question that has been debated for several years: Should radiologists talk to patients about their imaging results? Citing several issues, I came down solidly on the “no” side in a 2014 blog post. Two major radiology organizations have committees looking into the concept, and New York Times article said, “they hope to make […]

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