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When X-Rays Lie

Arun Sayal, MD, Neda Frayha, MD, and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
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Medical tests can lie. X-rays are simply a test. The purpose of any test is to affect our pre-test probability - it is not to make a diagnosis. Any test result (positive or negative) must be placed in the clinical context it is being used. We should have an expectation of any test before we order it. Neda and Matt sit down with Orthopedic expert Dr.Arun Sayal to discuss best use of radiographic films in our workup. 

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