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  • buzzmarr buzzmarr Dec 19, 1997 8:46 PM Flag

    stentemscott

    Hey Bailey...shut up

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    • Hey buzz...Blow Me. Why don't YOU have the balls to identify yourself if you are such an expert. Everybody knows Radiologists aren't real doctors anyway. All you should be doing is chasing shadows. Your half-baked opinions on your limited knowledge of this broad market are of little or no consequence and the best thing for you to do is quit trying to offer advice to serious investors. The best way to do that? SHUT UP you wack!

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      • Stentemscott and everyone else with ignorance to the world of catheters, fluoroscopy, and percutaneous intervention--

        I'm sorry to inform you, but the techniques of fluoroscopically-guided percutaneous intervention as they are used today in
        Radiology, Cardiology, Urology, and Vascular Surgery, were originally developed by RADIOLOGISTS. I do know what I'm talking about since
        I am a resident in Radiology, and will be applying for fellowship into Interventional Radiology. If it weren't for the insight
        and pioneering spirit of our predecessors in Radiology, these procedures may not exist. Furthermore, you may not have a job.

        I also should inform you that Radiologists are very capable physicians. Some of the most tenuous patients come to the IR suite because they are too sick for conventional surgery, and they seem to make out just fine during our procedures. So, before you conclude that Radiologists aren't real doctors, think before you post your thoughts. Otherwise, you'll only show your ignorance.

 
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