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Informed Decision Making Trumps Informed Consent For Medical Imaging With Ionizing Radiation.
J. Brink, M. Goske, J. Patti
Published 2012 · Medicine
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Until patient-specific radiation doses are measured routinely and reliably, and until the associated risk is known reliably, it is imprudent to require classic informed consent for medical imaging procedures that use ionizing radiation.
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