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How to Handle Hindsight Bias When Defending Radiology Claims

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Andrew S. Kaufman writes that suits against radiologists have become ubiquitous in our society, and the potential monetary exposure tends to be high. The vast majority of such claims are based on a radiologist's not appreciating an abnormality, a claim that is susceptible to a pernicious and insidious form of bias on the part of plaintiff's expert as well as the jury.

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