Complaints are often clues on how to improve patient care—if only someone would listen.
Eric Postal, MD
Even the best calculator struggles with the reality of a radiology career.
Addendum requests are rarely worth fighting.
Is it really so bad to have some of one’s impressions outsizing one’s findings?
If more people followed through, we'd all spend less time following-up.
In our healthcare system, there isn’t a great sense of freedom of choice.
Is the body more like art or a malfunctioning toilet?
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.