Who should discuss imaging results with patients?

02/3/2013 | Medical News Today

A study published in a radiology journal found 95% of primary care doctors who responded to a survey think ordering physicians should be charged with giving and explaining test results to patients. The study also found 94% of the respondents felt "medico-legally obligated by recommendations by radiologists with their reports." Researchers said radiologists should consider the findings when thinking about changing reporting practices.

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