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Reducing the Error Rate in Radiographic Reading

Originated by: Amelia Humphrey

Submitted: 31 Mar 2017

Last updated on: 05 Apr 2017

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http://online.adu.edu/resources/infographics/reducing-the-error-rate-in- radiographic-reading/

Physicians generally rely on radiographs to diagnose a wide range of medical conditions including cancer and broken/cracked bones. Unfortunately, radiography is not an exact science meaning that it is prone to errors that could negatively influence treatment outcomes. Luckily, radiologists can take several measures to improve their ability to interpret radiographs more accurately. Below is more information on how to improve diagnostic accuracy in radiology.

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