rmsbell200 at YAHOO.COM
Tue Jun 20 00:59:00 UTC 2017
I would think not in a very scientific way. But it should be, and explained to the patient.
Doing a study with HCPs on their impression of the frequency of certain diseases/conditions in their practice and also in general practice would be interesting. The range I suspect would be eye opening.
A similar study on the length to diagnosis of rarer conditions would also be enlightening.
Should we not be able to get this information now from data bases?
Rob Bell MD.
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