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City MD sues radiologists over tumour, brain damage

Al's Comment:

 I usually don't publish stories about lawsuits but this brings up an important point:  When you are told the scan is "stable" that usually means that there is less than about 25% growth or shrinkage.  If you have a string of 4 "stable" scans in a row, and each one actually had 24% growth, you could have a tumor double in size and still be called stable.  It is imperative to go back to the original post-op or post-radiation scan and compare that to the current scan.

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