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Sung S, Forman-Hoffman V, Wilson MC, Cram P. J Gen Intern Med. 2006;21:1075-78.
The investigators surveyed primary care physicians regarding direct notification of results for three specific diagnostic tests. They found that physicians generally favored direct reporting to patients when test results were normal, had less diagnostic severity, or had less potential for emotional impact.