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Structured reporting increases ‘normal’—but ‘unremarkable’ persists

15:43 EDT 20 Jun 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Implementing structured reporting templates has helped an academic radiology department increase its collective use of the clear and definitive term normal. However, use of the fuzzier term unremarkable also went up, suggesting more training may be in order.

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