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May 02, 2006

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JP Mishra, MD, FACC

Dear Bhavin:
I REALLY appreciate your diligent work and effort. In addition, you are doing a great service to the radiology and cardiology community by posting these cases.
Regarding this case, we all had a "reflex" of fixing things when we see something fixable!
However, this pt is stable and asymptomatic and therefore, I think pt is absolutely right in refusing any further tests or treatment.

Dr. Kjellevand

The question is: If he didn't have any symptoms, why was the CT done in the first place?

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