Reasonable expectations are far from universally gratified in radiology.
Spelling—and anatomy—count when it comes to quality medicine.
Experts who lack experience with a specific problem aren’t always right.
How to demonstrate to others that you are worthy of their trust and confidence.
Keep a mental list of people who can help you, and then strive to be the go-to person for everyone else.
A small investment of time and money is where hope begins.
How much detail needed for a report depends on the situation.
Is 2,000 images too many to avoid a malpractice suit?
When is a little thing a big deal?
Seeking perfection requires examining past shortcomings.