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'Often wrong, never in doubt'.

  title={'Often wrong, never in doubt'.},
  author={M. Victoroff},
  journal={Managed care},
  volume={13 3},
  • M. Victoroff
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Managed care
  • My colleague was of the mind that, unless the imaging was totally worthless, he was best fulfilling his professional role by making strong declarations in his interpretations, even if it meant making no mention of uncertainties in the diagnoses he was rendering. A pulmonary angiogram with poor contrast timing and plenty of patient motion, therefore, would be no less certain in its pronouncement of “no embolism” than a pristine exam. I understand the appeal of it. We like certainty, because so… CONTINUE READING

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