Chest radiography is one of the most basic and fundamental diagnostic tests used in medicine, accounting for 25% of the annual total numbers of diagnostic imaging procedures.
Unfortunately, miss rates for proper interpretation of chest radiographs go as high as 30% even for experts,2-3 leading to increased mortality from treatable diseases.
The interpretive performance of chest radiographs differ significantly between specialists and non-specialists, up to 30%.5-7
Moreover, 10% of chest radiographs are reported to be held back for 30 days until the final report is issued. Only 60% of radiographs are reported by radiologists due to overflowing number of cases to interpret
Improved reading performance. Non-radiology physicians, general radiologists, and even thoracic radiologists can improve their diagnostic accuracy for major chest abnormalities.
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