Category: Radiology Errors

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Medical Professionals Fail to Act on Incidental Findings, A Main Source of Malpractice Claims

Undiagnosed, Undisclosed, and Mishandled Incidental Findings Often Result in NJ Medical Malpractice Suits Incidental findings in medicine are extra discoveries in tests, some indicating conditions other than the reason for a test. For instance, when you go to your doctor for coughing, fatigue, and tightness in your chest, your doctor may order a chest CT […]

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Diagnostic Imaging Errors and Misdiagnosis Drive up Healthcare Costs, Walmart Says

The largest private employer in the United States, Walmart Inc., recently announced a plan to combat excessive healthcare spending for its employees. One of the culprits they say? Countless people being misdiagnosed because of diagnostic imaging errors. In fact, the company says a significant number of its workers are being misdiagnosed by their doctor or […]

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The Most Common Radiology Errors

Radiologists are required to participate in a minimum of 13 years of training. Although extensive knowledge and experience are vital to physicians who specialize in radiology, they make mistakes just like other doctors and healthcare providers. A study published in the medical journal Radiology found that among 8,401 radiologists across 47 states, 31 percent faced at […]

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