Mirror‐Image Reversal of Coronal Computed Tomography Scans

@article{Schmidt2004MirrorImageRO,
  title={Mirror‐Image Reversal of Coronal Computed Tomography Scans},
  author={Derek Schmidt and Rick M. Odland},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2004},
  volume={114}
}
Objectives/Hypothesis: Mirror‐image reversal of coronal computed tomography (CT) scans can be a significant problem in patient care, potentially leading to wrong‐sided surgery and malpractice suits. There is no literature describing the problem of mirror‐image reversal of coronal CT scans. Generally, medical errors are not widely published: however, with the emphasis on reduction of errors in medicine, this topic should be openly discussed. 

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