Download PDF by Luigia Romano, Antonio Pinto: Errors in Radiology

By Luigia Romano, Antonio Pinto

ISBN-10: 8847023386

ISBN-13: 9788847023383

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ISBN-13: 9788847023390

Diagnostic blunders are very important in all branches of drugs simply because they're a sign of bad sufferer care. because the variety of malpractice situations maintains to develop, radiologists turns into more and more thinking about litigation. The aetiology of radiological mistakes is multi-factorial. This e-book makes a speciality of (1) a few medico-legal features inherent to radiology (radiation publicity relating to imaging approaches and malpractice concerns relating to distinction media management are mentioned intimately) and on (2) the spectrum of diagnostic mistakes in radiology. conversation matters among the radiologists and physicians and among the radiologists and sufferers also are awarded. each radiologist should still comprehend the resources of mistakes in diagnostic radiology in addition to the weather of negligence that shape the root of malpractice litigation.

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A missed diagnosis of a lung neoplasm can also be due to observer error. In the study of Kundel et al. [21] three types of observer error were described: scanning error (failure of the radiologist to fixate on the area of the lesion), recognition error, and decision-making error, which in the authors’ series was the most common [21]. A decision-making error is due to the incorrect interpretation of a malignant lesion as a normal structure after detection. Another form of observer error that may contribute to lesions being overlooked (including lung cancer) is the satisfaction of search (SOS) error [10], in which an abnormality is missed because another abnormality has been detected and further image interpretation subsequently discontinued.

Oral contrast should be carefully considered and selectively used because it may simulate or hide even serious mesenteric and/or intestinal injuries [38]. Entero-mesenteric injuries are rarely detected on a first contrast-enhanced MDCT examination due to its inherent, evolutionary nature; 4 Errors in Polytrauma a 35 b Fig. 4 Blunt traumatic injuries of the neck vessels are not rare, even in the absence of cervical vertebral fractures. In patients with high-energy deceleration injury, it is important to include the neck in the whole-body evaluation.

24] reported 14 lung cancers overlooked at CT from about 37,500 chest CT scans at more than three institutions; the most common characteristic among these cases was an endobronchial location. A more recent study of seven lung cancers missed at low-dose CT was reported on by Kakinuma et al. [25], based on 5,418 lung cancer CT screening studies performed over a period of more than 3 years. In the study by Li et al. [26], 83 primary lung cancers were found during an annual low-dose CT screening program and confirmed histopathologically at either surgery or biopsy.

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