Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Evaluating Workers Compensation Patients
The Journal of Hand Surgery, 04/13/2012Babbel D et al.
Costly imaging studies are frequently done to determine the validity of a patient's reported problems; unfortunately, these tests are frequently unnecessary and waste resources. Magnetic resonance imaging scans may not be the standard for accurate diagnosis and can misdirect care.
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