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    Good doctor, bad doctor: who images more?

    Dr. Al-Shahi Salman in his editorial writes about the dangers of acting on incidental findings on brain MRI. He says primary prevention by avoiding MRI in the first place is the best approach. Unfortunately today in the United States avoiding imaging is easier said than done. The pressure to do a quick MRI is omnipresent. Thus almost every patient who walks into the emergency room with a headache, a new onset seizure or even...

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