Taking the myth and mystery out of diagnostic decision making
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Several recent books have addressed “How Doctors Think,” with emphasis on diagnostic decision making and the sources of diagnostic error. National venues now target the problem of diagnostic error and new studies highlight the high levels of costly and unnecessary test ordering, much of which is related to ineffective diagnostic processes. And, finally, teaching clinical reasoning is still considered a difficult curriculum to master. Why do physicians have difficulty in making a diagnosis?