Professional discourtesy to radiologists does not enhance patient care
In this issue of the Journal, Nuttall describes some interactions between radiologists and their colleagues which suggest professional discourtesy.1 We do not know the individual circumstances of these, but we do know that collaboration, communication and courtesy are critical aspects of professionalism that will help to promote the quality use of diagnostic imaging. The patient and all other professionals involved are direct beneficiaries of such good conduct.
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