'Radiopath'- an assimilation of radiology and pathology: a need of the day

Kareem, M. M. A.; Ahmed, Riaz
July 2014
Internet Journal of Medical Update;7/ 1/2014, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The authors reflect on the need for assimilation of radiology and pathology make an accurate diagnosis for the betterment of human care. According to the authors, the isolation of radiology and pathology increases the risk of radiologic-pathologist discordance. A brief historical overview of radiology is given, along with the benefits of pathology-radiology integration.


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