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Platzer P, Hauswirth N, Jaindl M, Chatwani S, Vecsei V, Gaebler C. J Trauma. 2006;61:150-155.
The authors found that misinterpretations, incomplete information, inadequate radiographs, or lack of physician radiograph review contributed to problematic diagnoses of cervical spine injuries.
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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.