Considerations on the Usefulness of the Clinical Description
The first element needed to produce a good report is the clinical request, which can be put in the form of diagnostic uncertainty or simple clinical-anamnestic information. The formula that is most appreciated by the radiologist remains to be established, whether the first, which can be insidious and deceptive — as will be described shortly — or the second, which assumes a good clinical basis, especially in the specialist (neurology, pediatrics, geriatrics, etc.) or at least sectorial (hepatology, pneumology, nervous system, etc.) sphere.
KeywordsPulmonary Nodule Apical Segment Clinical Description Compute Tomography Exam Recurrent Pneumothorax
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