The anatomical placement of body organs by Australian and New Zealand patients and health professionals in general practice
INTRODUCTION: Understanding patients' awareness of the anatomical placement of their body organs is important for doctor-patient communication. AIM: To measure the correct anatomical placement of body organs by people from Australian and New Zealand general practices METHOD: A questionnaire survey containing drawings of 11 organs placed in different locations within each drawing. RESULTS: Among 1156 participants, there was no difference in the proportion of correct placement of 11 organs...[Show more]
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