As a neurologist I have learned how important it is to read every radiology report carefully in the daily routine, if only because it can lead to a smile, see example below:
MRI scan brain
Suspicion of a sinogenic headache for several months on the right frontal, reassurance is not possible. Fear of brain tumor.
No previous comparative study.
Recordings according to headache protocol. clear sinus; no mirrors. Symmetrical pneumatization of the mastoid cells. Normal gyrus sulcus pattern and ventricular system. Normal signal intensity of white and gray matter. No sub- or epidural effusions. No suspicion on brain. Normal contents of the sella; no pituitary pathology. Normal position of the cerebellar hemispheres in the posterior fossa.
No abnormalities; no explanation for the complaints.