By Francesco Schiavon

ISBN-10: 8847006813

ISBN-13: 9788847006812

ISBN-10: 8847006821

ISBN-13: 9788847006829

This ebook indicates a shared technique to uniform up to attainable the way in which of writing a radiologic file - the right way to such a lot successfully converse the result of an exam. the real position performed via language additionally from a legal-forensic viewpoint is additionally thought of. during this publication, theoretical wisdom is transferred to daily medical perform. With its effortless to exploit didactic textual content, it's the ideal device for radiologists in a really obtainable format.

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Fig. 13 a, b. Professional inadequacy may be expressed with the suggestion that further examinations be done. a After recommendation that the echographic colorDoppler of the supraaortic trunks be augmented with an magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), b the same radiologist advises that a further echographic colorDoppler be done to supplement the MRA 32 RADIOLOGICAL REPORTING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE Top Tip! In a nutshell, a tidy and balanced report, respectful of the clinicalanamnestic sequence, and clear and comprehensible, is the best medical-legal safeguard.

Whereas it is true that power increases responsibility, it is also true that it always establishes a new definition, up to the point that a technically less powerful reporting technique can generate much greater damage, and be morally censured, than a more updated and effective reporting method. Top Tip! The report expresses the radiologist’s power of doing and, therefore, the extent of his or her responsibility. However, this power must not be limited but strengthened in all its possibilities.

Top Tip! The report is the radiologist’s drug. REPORTING AND RESPONSIBILITY When looking at an image, we often simply linguistically repeat – using phonemes and graphemes – the image itself. That is, we describe it. But a description does not add anything to an image. Words are not only used to describe but have other, infinite, uses. We do many different things with words. Furthermore, each act of communication, both verbal and written, even the most neutral and objective description, is aimed at someone.

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