In this issue of the LNCtips.com newsletter, you'll learn different formats of radiographs and the best format to obtain them in.
|If you are a legal nurse consultant who reviews medical
malpractice cases, you know that many cases involve x-rays, CT scans, MRIs and
other types of radiographs. Failure to diagnose (oversights and
misinterpretations) and injuries from interventional radiology procedures are
common allegations in medical malpractice cases.
As the LNC reviewing this type of case, it's
important to get not only the radiology reports for the
case but also the actual radiographs
themselves. The legal nurse consultant needs to know which formats to request and
obtain radiographs in. Read more.
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