This lecture covers some key concepts for beginner radiologists, particularly medical students and junior residents. Some are specific to neuroradiology while others apply across the field. Key concepts include:
- Read a lot of studies, and occasionally a book.
- Follow up on your patients.
- Get actual history.
- Pay attention to your reports.
- Follow the clues.
- Know and look at “lawyer zones”.
- Don’t fall for satisfaction of search.
- Look at the edges of the study.
- Don’t argue.
- It’s possible to harm patients, but doesn’t happen often.
Yes, I already know that they are misnumbered, but I had already recorded this and it wasn’t worth changing. Enjoy!