Often, doctors do not comment on the results of the examination. We pasted a sheet of analysis into a notebook, wrote out something and that's it. Why were you discharged ...? What are the predictions ...? Am I healthy or not?
It is clear that if nothing is said, then most likely everything is fine, but you also want to hear that everything is fine
i.e. they certainly sound out loud .. I'm not a fool, I understand what hurts and what it threatens. but I don't understand the terms.
but the set of terms in one sentence does not tell me anything . If they would have told me in simpler words, then it would be another matter.
And to be honest, I prefer at least some predictions.
And the doctors are now apparently intimidated by all the proceedings and are silent in a rag.
but I would like to hear their thoughts.
it's clear that a professional has versions even after a couple of symptoms.
that's why he professional.
and I just want to know what exactly a person is looking for through tests and other garbage.
A doctor's awareness of the limits of his own competence.
For a good specialist, 80% of the situations he encounters are routine. According to them, he must quickly diagnose and quickly cure.
For the remaining 20% - to honestly say that his competence is not enough, to offer those options that are within its limits, if necessary - to recommend a more advanced colleague.
I myself try to adhere to this principle in my advisory practice.
Empathy. Of course, some have it.
The mental presence of the doctor at the time of the conversation / consultation. But I can understand that we are all human, and we need to go to work anyway.