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Paper Chase 1 | Routine Imaging in the Evaluation of Syncope is not Recommended
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Patients who had an abnormal CXR were at increased risk for a 30 day adverse event, however the majority of patients who had an adverse event had a normal CXR and routine imaging in the evaluation of syncope is not recommended.