Chapter 12: THE CHEST ROENTGENOGRAM AND CARDIAC FLUOROSCOPY CLINICAL CORRELATION
The next step in the examination is to correlate the roentgenologic findings with the clinical information and other laboratory parameters for a final conclusion. It may become necessary at this point to reexamine the radiograph or review the fluoroscopic observation or both. After detailed analysis of some finer points, a wrong impression may be corrected or a correct diagnosis reinforced2 (see Table 12-2).
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