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Online Journal watch is a publication which surveys medical newly published medical literature and comments on various relevant medical issues. One of the January’s postings reported upon a study of patients being evaluated by  cardiac CT scan.  The study addressed, among other things, the value of utilizing information made available by reason of the study having been performed, though such information was not the reason for the scan being done.

The editors of Journal Watch published my remarks under the title captioning this post.  For my remarks see Journal Watch .

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