The “Laboratory” Effect: Comparing Radiologists' Performance and Variability during Prospective Clinical and Laboratory Mammography Interpretations1


When deciding whether to recall a woman for additional diagnostic examinations, experienced radiologists performed significantly better on average and, as important, more consistently in the clinic than in the laboratory when interpreting the same examinations

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