“Due to the complexity of the radiology field itself, a specialist may fail to identify an abnormality on an image, incorrectly classify it or report the findings. For example, one of the studies dedicated to radiology practice errors estimates 3 to 5 percent of cognitive and perceptual errors occur daily across different modalities, such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound and X-ray.

While it is impossible to get rid of misinterpretation cases completely, there might be a way to reduce their occurrence with the help of technology, namely augmented reality (AR). It can be used to educate and train radiologists, improving their expertise and skills by allowing them to review a…”

Source: https://www.itnonline.com/article/augmented-reality-taking-over-radiology-training