Thursday, April 9, 2015

Incidental MRI findings in children

"We spend more time counselling families who we think should not have surgery than counselling families we think should have surgery. It's easy for families to understand that we are taking a condition seriously if we are planning to operate, but if we're not treating something surgically, we need to spend a lot of time educating families about the condition so that they understand that they're being taken care of."


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