Comparing the accuracy of initial head CT reporting by radiologists, radiology trainees, neuroradiographers and emergency doctors.

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OBJECTIVES Demand for out-of-hours cranial CT imaging is increasing and some departments have considered addressing this shortfall by allowing non-radiologists to provisionally report imaging studies. The aim of this work was to assess whether it is appropriate for non-radiologists to report head CTs by comparing the misreporting rates of those who… (More)
DOI: 10.1259/bjr/24581602

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@article{Gallagher2011ComparingTA, title={Comparing the accuracy of initial head CT reporting by radiologists, radiology trainees, neuroradiographers and emergency doctors.}, author={Ferdia A. Gallagher and K Y Tay and Sarah L. Vowler and H E Szutowicz and J Cross and D J McAuley and Nagui M. Antoun}, journal={The British journal of radiology}, year={2011}, volume={84 1007}, pages={1040-5} }