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Edward A. Lyons, OC, MD, FRCP (C), FACR
Answer the Question: "An Imperative for Radiology" "Imaging Re-Visited?"
Edward A. Lyons, OC, MD, FRCP (C), FACR
07/02/2017 | Time : 44 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker presents a new paradigm for re-invention of sonography’s role in managing patients clinically. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to effectively answer the clinical question at hand for a requested ultrasound examination, recognize the importance of focusing on the patient and not the image, review the importance of radiologist accessibility to the clinical team and clearly define the sonographer’s role in answering the clinical question.

Topics mentioned in this video : Case #1, How to answer the question, Radiologist accessibility, What is the question?, Pregnancy and pain, You should focus on…, Case #2, Case #3, The sonographer’s role, What is value of cine?, The squishy test, Blind procedures, Lost IUCDs

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