Follow-up recommendations: the challenge, the opportunity and our future

Heller, Richard; Heller, Richard E 3rd
December 2017
Pediatric Radiology;Dec2017, Vol. 47 Issue 13, p1721
Academic Journal
In this article, the author focuses on importance and growing role of the radiology in medical care. It mentions the fundamental role of radiology such as it improve patient care and lower medical costs and states the working of the American College of Radiology (ACR). It also mentions radiologists to improve adherence to follow-up recommendations.


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