Radiology MOC Sample Question 1
During a multidisciplinary tumor conference, the radiologist is asked to provide an interpretation of a complex post-operative CT scan, which was performed at an outside institution. The outside report is unavailable and the clinical team plans to use your interpretation for further management. What is the most appropriate action?
- AAsk the clinician to document your radiologic findings in their progress note
- BDocument your interpretation formally within the medical record.
- CRepeat the CT scan at your institution and provide a formal report.
- DNo further action is needed as an outside CT report has already been generated.
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