Published in Hospital Law Weekly, April 10th, 2008
"Historically, CT has been the diagnostic imaging study of choice; however, there is a growing body of data that suggest that MRI is at least as sensitive as CT to detect haemorrhage in the hyperacute setting, and superior to CT in the subacute and chronic settings. Blood...
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