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ECR 2018 / C-3098
Chestlist: how to systematically read, interpret and report chest X-rays
Congress: ECR 2018
Poster No.: C-3098
Type: Educational Exhibit
Keywords: Education and training, Structured reporting, Education, Conventional radiography, Thorax, Mediastinum, Lung
Authors: C. Carneiro, A. R. Gameiro, A. R. Ventosa, J. Brito; Algarve/PT


Conventional radiology is the oldest imaging technique. However, it still plays an unquestionably important role in medical imaging, and chest X-ray is the pillar of thoracic imaging.

A systematic read and interpretation of chest radiographies decreases the likelihood of missing findings, expedites the time spent in its evaluation, and automatically prepares an organized and problem-oriented report.

This way, it’s important to increase the training and confidence of the radiologist for the interpretation of such a noble image.

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