Basic Neuroradiology – Chapter 4 – Reports are important
As a radiologist, your reports are your main way of representing yourself to your referring physicians, your supervisors, and your colleagues. It’s easy to let this effort slip and put out reports that are sloppy, have spelling errors, or generally don’t reflect us well, particularly in a rush. When this happens, it’s useful to think what it might be like to describe a report with spelling errors when you are testifying about a case.
The level of this lecture is appropriate for medical students, junior residents, and trainees in other specialties who have an interest in basic concepts of neuroradiology.