In communities of color, it could be sometimes up to 30% inaccuracies on the readings.
What did the findings attribute to this?
The people watching them were tired, and/or not well-trained.
Human error was consistent.
If you have healthcare and you've had a series of test done, get a second opinion.
Do some background research on the imaging center that you're using.
Find out if there is a mass list of complaints against them for inaccuracies and/or poor workmanship. Talk to your doctor or ask for another recommendation to another imaging center. You want to be empowered in terms of your healthcare.
Always have at least 2 or 3 approaches on the images that any particular or radiologist are viewing.
Important thing to remember:
You can request a copy of your images.
Send an e-mail and request a link to the copy of the images.
You can also go the imaging center and request a CD copy of your images.
You can take this information to another doctor for a second opinion.