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Ronald L. Arenson, MD; March 2006
A patient with metastatic cancer admitted for pain control develops acute shortness of breath. The overnight resident reads the CT as a large pulmonary embolism, but the next morning, the attending reads it differently.
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Zendejas B, Ali SM, Huebner M, Farley DR. J Surg Educ. 2011;68:465-471.
General surgery residents strongly preferred signing out patients in person rather than by videoconferencing or other electronic modalities, but in this simulation study, signout accuracy was suboptimal in all methods tested.