Of a radiologist seeing a SLAP tear on an arthrography MRI of the shoulder if there isn't one? I mean, are they usually pretty accurate? I know someone who is going in for diagnostic surgery soon to see if there is a tear. I guess because the insurance company doesn't believe the MRI result. And if the surgeon does sees a tear while he's in there, he's not allowed to fix it. Seems like a waste to me if the MRI shows one.