Omissions in radiology: faulty search or stringent reporting criteria?


Selected difficult chest radiographs were interpreted by 10 radiologists and then reread in a Focused Search condition that directed readers' attention to film regions containing frequently omitted findings. The percentage of true abnormalities reported at any level of confidence increased from 49.3 to 68.3 between the usual and Focused Search conditions… (More)


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