Study findings (cases)

The study findings section of cases is where the findings of that particular study are described. This section is located below each study. 

Currently, both the study (findings) and each series (image/stack specific findings) can have descriptions. The former is mandatory and the second is not only optional but discouraged and will soon be deprecated. 

The findings section should contain the more general description of the whole study and should be similar to a radiology report, although usually lacking many of the irrelevant negatives and incidental findings that are frequently dictated in real-life reports. 

Findings contribute to case completeness

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  • Image - series description

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