Monthly Archives: November 2013

When You Read that Radiology Report, Are You Worried, Getting Unnecessarily Primed for More Consults and Tests?

Tweet A few years ago, I watched a relative poring over her father’s chest x-ray report hanging on every word. He was 89. Everything sounded scary and worthy of worry.  It’s bad enough when patients go for these tests, the … Continue reading

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Concussions in School Sports: Is Culture Change Possible?

Tweet About a month ago, I stumbled across a news story in the Chicago Tribune about Drew Williams, a Lane Tech High School football player collapsing unexpectedly on the football field during a game. Ever since, he has been in … Continue reading

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