17 Dec 15, 10:58 AM
subbu: Usually, a doctor directs a patient advises his patient to undergo a scan expecting something which he feels adverse to confirm his intuition. But he has to depend on the radiologist. There are many instances when the radiologist's opinion differed with those of physical clinical findings of your physician. Then what does the physician do? He directs the surgeon to cut open the rib and see for himself and do what should and could be done. The present direction from the HC is one example.