The Reith lectures

H M Buckland
1981 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
take a film only for the record of what I have found; the report goes to the clinician but the film stays in the department, though it is naturally available for anyone who is interested to view it. (In the same way, pathologists do not send their slides on to the wards for the clinician to view.) Every district hospital should be equipped with an up to date ultrasound machine; but owing to their high cost too many hospitals are having to use machines which by present standards are obsolete, to
more » ... ds are obsolete, to the detriment of the ultrasonographer. J G SOWERBUTTS Redhill, Surrey RH1 1DW
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