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Can middle grade and consultant emergency physicians accurately interpret computed tomography scans performed for head trauma? Cross-sectional study
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    Error in Table 2

    Dear Editor and Authors,

    While studying for my upcoming FCEM critical appraisal examination I happened to use this paper, with it's table of sensitivities, specificities, PPV and NPVs, to practice some calculations. Unfortunately it would appear that some errors have made it into the final publication of this data (I am unsure whether they were simply transcribed incorrectly). In the first line of the table the...

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