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Is ortho research ok for going into rads? If the research concerns imaging?
 

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no, you might as well drop out of medical school now. unless you are using the latest technology, presenting at RSNA, or writing textbooks, you're research is meaningless to all adcoms.

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Is ortho research ok for going into rads? If the research concerns imaging?
 

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no, you might as well drop out of medical school now. unless you are using the latest technology, presenting at RSNA, or writing textbooks, you're research is meaningless to all adcoms.
This is sarcasm. Ortho research is fine. It doesn't have the bang as radiology research but it is better than no research.
 
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i guess you must have passed the sarcasm 101 class. thanks for pointing it out for those who may have been confused.

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This is sarcasm. Ortho research is fine. It doesn't have the bang as radiology research but it is better than no research.
 

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I think p53 is a major asset on these boards.
 

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I think p53 is a major asset on these boards.
Hey if you have some time, come up to RSNA in November. It would mean a lot to me to see my #1 supporter when I give my oral research presentation.
 

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p53 said:
Hey if you have some time, come up to RSNA in November. It would mean a lot to me to see my #1 supporter when I give my oral research presentation.
just 1 presentation? that's too bad.
 
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