Bill...You caught my interest on this question. I would think no. Here's my opinion. Our neurosurgeons work on a referral basis only. Prior to a patient being scheduled for an appointment, the neurosurgeons review MRI's, CT's, etc...This allows them to ascertain if the patient needs to be seen. The MRI/CT has already been read by another MD and he/she has provided his/her medical analysis; however, due to the nature of our neurosugeons business, they prefer to interpret the results in order to "head off" an un-needed patient visit. I am curios what others will say............
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