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In recent Nuclear bone scan which was done in two sittings ,total time taken too take pictures of whole body was about 2 hours, but it noticed that Radiologist have taken only less then 4 minutes to read this high ended bone scan.
Does this can be considered a correct reading?
Report mentioned that MAY BE under impressions made by Radiologist and in second impression he explained that POSSIBLE degenerative disease of knees.
Feeling confused why he is not clear while reading reports, why he goes for words- MAY BE AND POSSIBLE?
What can be considered when Radiologists mentioned like VERY DIFFICULT STUDY AND VERY INTERESTING STUDY?/
What can be interrupted when Radiologist mentioned that films are not well seen, what can be done further.
Does these findings are confusing?
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