Thursday, May 27, 2010

Department of Redundant Radiology Department

This report crossed my desk yesterday.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Studies show that things are shown by studies.




WV prost,skoal!

Life in vet school said...

Well, they work better that way than when you do them with contrast. Duh, Dr. Grumpy.

Tal said...

Maybe that means there was contrast? Double negative?

The Mother said...

Okay, you laugh, but the last time my neuro sent me for a scan without contrast, the tech asked me five times if I had ever had a reaction to contrast.

And I reminded her, five times, no contrast.

There are two things where repetitive redundancy ain't so bad--known allergies and blood transfusions.

missaunt said...

Wow to the x-ray tech who might get some of that radioactive stuff involved...

Jackie said...

LOL!! I've seen that written a couple of times!!! Silly people...

xx
Jaxs

Amanda B. said...

Is this from Podunk General? That's where I had mine done, I had gone to the largest city in Alaska for aa appointment and had my MRI done back at home. There was a big difference in the amount of professionalism. I kept telling them what the order said and they kept telling me I would do whatever they said I had to do. They were a little different after they finally read the order and the Doctor's name and what they were supposed to be looking for. Bunch of dumb donkeys.

Anonymous said...

?the radiologists passive-aggressive way of saying you should have ordered contrast?$?

TheOtherOne said...

AKA the redundancy department of radiology redundancy...

 
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