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Hunt SV, Pereni I, Williams M, Ford R, Garrott H. Multi-disciplinary team meetings with specialist radiologists may improve pre-operative clinico-radiological diagnostic accuracy in patients requiring orbital biopsy and offer reciprocal educational opportunities. Eye. 2022;36:2200– 4.
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Thaung, C. Comment on: Multi-disciplinary team meetings with specialist radiologists may improve pre-operative clinico-radiological diagnostic accuracy in patients requiring orbital biopsy and offer reciprocal educational opportunities. Eye (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41433-023-02415-0