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The value of current developments in radiology to the accident and emergency department--a pictorial review

D C Lloyd
1997 Emergency Medicine Journal  
A lower dose of x rays can be used to produce similar quality images, and there is more tolerance within the system for inaccurate exposure.  ...  The low signal (black) of the normal tendon has been replaced with a high signal (white) of oedema and haemorrhage. Figure 10 10 Digital radiograph.  ... 
doi:10.1136/emj.14.6.381 pmid:9413779 pmcid:PMC1342980 fatcat:shplzr2n75bdpk66dq4zuhg6d4

Digital radiography: a review

D J Kastan, L V Ackerman, P J Feczko, G H Beute
1985 Henry Ford Hospital medical journal  
The problem of film loss would be nonexistent Images could be quickly transmitted for interpretation via microwave networks to sites far removed from where they are acquired.  ...  Computers would help decrease perception errors and would assist in image interpretation. It may be ten years before a working digital radiology department exists. However, many pro-  ...  et al (1) have evaluated a prototype SPR unit A summary of their conclusions cites the advantages of SPR/ which include high-scatter rejection, low patient dose, wide dynamic range, and low contrast sensitivity  ... 
pmid:3902741 fatcat:jj6sqnbxgnbd3clqefb654zyr4

Editorial: Special Issue on "TeleHomeCare" and "Strategic Vision for Future Wireless Communication"

Ramjee Prasad
2009 Wireless personal communications  
The fifth paper "High performance, low-dose radiography systems for space and remote site applications", by Lorenzo Natalucci, Pietro Ubertini, Angela Bazzano, Ezio Caroli, Memmo Federici, Egidio Quadrini  ...  wireless system which solves the problems of existing MAC and provides high quality of service.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-009-9799-8 fatcat:pluysybt5fcu7eu7fj4hyoiksu

Cygnus performance in subcritical experiments

J. Smith, D. Nelson, E. Ormond, S. Cordova, I. Molina, G. Corrow, M. Hansen, D. Henderson, S. Lutz, C. Mitton
2007 2007 16th IEEE International Pulsed Power Conference  
The Cygnus sources were developed as a primary diagnostic for these tests. Since SCEs are single-shot, high-value events -reliability and reproducibility are key issues.  ...  The facility is located in an underground tunnel complex at the Nevada Test Site. Here SubCritical Experiments (SCEs) are performed to study the dynamic properties of plutonium [1], [2] .  ...  Note the high degree of similarity in performance between the two machines. B. Nevada Test Site The Nevada Test Site (NTS) is a Department of Energy facility used for a diverse mix of projects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ppps.2007.4652378 fatcat:wwtpix6landlbfzfid3gt4yuma

Cygnus Performance in Subcritical Experiments

John R. Smith, Daniel S. Nelson, Eugene C. Ormond, Steve R. Cordova, Isidro Molina, George D. Corrow, Mark D. Hansen, David J. Henderson, Stephen S. Lutz, Charles V. Mitton
2007 2007 IEEE Pulsed Power Plasma Science Conference  
The Cygnus sources were developed as a primary diagnostic for these tests. Since SCEs are single-shot, high-value events -reliability and reproducibility are key issues.  ...  The facility is located in an underground tunnel complex at the Nevada Test Site. Here SubCritical Experiments (SCEs) are performed to study the dynamic properties of plutonium [1], [2] .  ...  Note the high degree of similarity in performance between the two machines. B. Nevada Test Site The Nevada Test Site (NTS) is a Department of Energy facility used for a diverse mix of projects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ppps.2007.4345991 fatcat:ipvcaxhnijadfm5gde4ytnmwcy

AAPM/RSNA Tutorial on Equipment Selection: PACS Equipment Overview

Ehsan Samei, J. Anthony Seibert, Katherine Andriole, Aldo Badano, Jay Crawford, Bruce Reiner, Michael J. Flynn, Paul Chang
2004 Radiographics  
A picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a comprehensive computer system that is responsible for the electronic storage and distribution of medical images in the medical enterprise.  ...  After the PACS has been installed, the user should perform technical and clinical acceptance testing to ensure that the system meets expectations.  ...  RadioGraphics DQE and thus high spatial and contrast resolution at low radiation doses.  ... 
doi:10.1148/rg.241035137 pmid:14730055 fatcat:eq3aq5vbbbgiladrzatq7xvyna

Optical Storage Phosphors and Materials for Ionizing Radiation [chapter]

Hans Riesen, Zhiqiang Liu
2012 Current Topics in Ionizing Radiation Research  
As inFigure 5but for low X-ray dose and 60 kVp radiation.  ...  dose dependence of the absorption spectra of GafChromic film HD-810 at high and low doses, respectively.  ...  Optical Storage Phosphors and Materials for Ionizing Radiation, Current Topics in Ionizing Radiation Research, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5772/33979 fatcat:ifdgyhtgtbg7tgiufptn3ywenq

Medical Imaging Engineering and Technology Branch of the Chinese Society of Biomedical Engineering expert consensus on the application of Emergency Mobile Cabin CT

Qi Yang, on behalf of the Expert Committee of Medical Imaging Engineering and Technology Branch of the Chinese Society of Biomedical Engineering, Haibo Xu, Xiaoying Tang, Chunhong Hu, Peijun Wang, Yì Xiáng J. Wáng, Yaofa Wang, Guolin Ma, Bing Zhang
2020 Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery  
Although CT is not the gold standard for the diagnosis of COVID-19, it nonetheless is a convenient and fast method, and its application can be deployed in community hospitals.  ...  Furthermore, CT can be used to render a suggestive diagnosis and evaluate the severity as well as the effects of therapeutic interventions for typical cases of COVID-19.  ...  Wenwen Gao, Lei Du, Yige Wang, Xiuxiu Liu, Yue Chen, Xiaowei Han from China-Japan Friendship Hospital, and Drs.  ... 
doi:10.21037/qims-20-980 pmid:33139998 pmcid:PMC7547255 fatcat:qhyakqy2off4zepo63aanl5hla

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICISTS IN MEDICINE

2012 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
Remote afterloading of low dose rate (LDR), medium dose rate (MDR), and high dose rate (HDR) radioactive materials for brachytherapy is increasingly practiced in the United States.  ...  This report presents the advantages and disadvantages of the units, lists some commercial remote afterloaders and their features, and reviews facility requirements, radiological safety, licensing and license  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We appreciate contributions to Tables 1 and 2 from K. Herold for Buchler, J. Moe for ORIS, M. Mount for Nucletron, F. Mick for Gamma Med, and R. Calfee for Omnitron.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2473-4209.2012.tb00183.x pmid:28525103 fatcat:pwl4ujrjwrcxdakutbvmc5zloq

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICISTS IN MEDICINE

2002 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
Remote afterloading of low dose rate (LDR), medium dose rate (MDR), and high dose rate (HDR) radioactive materials for brachytherapy is increasingly practiced in the United States.  ...  This report presents the advantages and disadvantages of the units, lists some commercial remote afterloaders and their features, and reviews facility requirements, radiological safety, licensing and license  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We appreciate contributions to Tables 1 and 2 from K. Herold for Buchler, J. Moe for ORIS, M. Mount for Nucletron, F. Mick for Gamma Med, and R. Calfee for Omnitron.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2473-4209.2002.tb00885.x fatcat:jujp7egcdzcehkqn6hyw5xjhaa

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICISTS IN MEDICINE

2002 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
Remote afterloading of low dose rate (LDR), medium dose rate (MDR), and high dose rate (HDR) radioactive materials for brachytherapy is increasingly practiced in the United States.  ...  This report presents the advantages and disadvantages of the units, lists some commercial remote afterloaders and their features, and reviews facility requirements, radiological safety, licensing and license  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We appreciate contributions to Tables 1 and 2 from K. Herold for Buchler, J. Moe for ORIS, M. Mount for Nucletron, F. Mick for Gamma Med, and R. Calfee for Omnitron.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2473-4209.2002.tb00890.x fatcat:osduw7hedzg7nesjcyjqjz5i34

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICISTS IN MEDICINE

2002 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
Remote afterloading of low dose rate (LDR), medium dose rate (MDR), and high dose rate (HDR) radioactive materials for brachytherapy is increasingly practiced in the United States.  ...  This report presents the advantages and disadvantages of the units, lists some commercial remote afterloaders and their features, and reviews facility requirements, radiological safety, licensing and license  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We appreciate contributions to Tables 1 and 2 from K. Herold for Buchler, J. Moe for ORIS, M. Mount for Nucletron, F. Mick for Gamma Med, and R. Calfee for Omnitron.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2473-4209.2002.tb00880.x fatcat:lawtayses5bi7cgyqsp3chhwba

Applied nuclear physics at the new high-energy particle accelerator facilities

Marco Durante, Alexander Golubev, Woo-Yoon Park, Christina Trautmann
2019 Physics reports  
The upcoming facilities open new opportunities for research in biomedical applications that require these special properties, such as particle radiography, radioactive beam imaging, ultra-high dose rates  ...  and new ions for therapy.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was partially supported by European Space Agency (ESA) grants IBER, ERFNet and ROSSINI to GSI, and by the Korean NRF-2018M7A1A1072274 grant.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.physrep.2019.01.004 fatcat:utk3sdk4wzaipgyobfe2d7lony

Ongoing quality control in digital radiography: Report of AAPM Imaging Physics Committee Task Group 151

A. Kyle Jones, Philip Heintz, William Geiser, Lee Goldman, Khachig Jerjian, Melissa Martin, Donald Peck, Douglas Pfeiffer, Nicole Ranger, John Yorkston
2015 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
These QC tasks are vital for the optimal operation of a department performing digital radiography. C 2015 American Association of Physicists in Medicine. [http://dx.  ...  The continued need for ongoing QC in digital radiography has been highlighted in the scientific literature.  ...  collection, and the general difficulty of performing rejected image analysis on digital imaging systems, especially in high-volume departments.  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.4932623 pmid:26520756 fatcat:c2w322mpxfbdnalmmxzjnqst74

Quality of Hand Radiograph Collimation Determined by Artificial Intelligence Algorithm Correlates with Radiograph Quality Scores Assigned by Radiologists

Oganes Ashikyan, Donald Chan, Daniel S. Moore, Uma Thakur, Avneesh Chhabra
2021 Radiation  
As such, there is a need for automated solutions to solve quality issues in radiography.  ...  Providing direct feedback to technologists has become challenging for radiologists due to geographic separation and other reasons.  ...  Radiographs are high-contrast greyscale images that are ideal for projects that explore the utility of CNN in performing mundane computationally intensive tasks in radiology.  ... 
doi:10.3390/radiation1020010 fatcat:tgnq5r5wvfgvfdkflmmq4kuz7u
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