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Decision Making in Radiology: Beyond Clinical Perspective

Published:August 03, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2022.07.004
      We read with great interest the article by Gunderman on diverse perspectives in radiology decision making (
      • Gunderman R.B.
      The need for diverse perspectives in radiology decision making.
      ). Every day we must make decisions not only in our professional careers but also in our personal lives. It may be hard to understand that there is not always a right choice or that there may be more than one good choice. But when decisions are made, especially hard decisions, self-doubt makes us question if we made the right call. It is of great value the perspectives discussed by Gunderman on decision making in a radiology scenario can help us achieve an appropriate balance in our everyday decision making.
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