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Radiologists don’t remember images better than the average person

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Radiologists don’t necessarily have special powers when it comes to remembering images.

 Radiologists don’t necessarily have special powers when it comes to remembering images. In an interview with Diagnostic Imaging, Jeremy Wolfe, Ph.D., discusses radiologists’ recognition memory when it comes to viewing mammograms and what that means for clinicians.

 

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