Published in Genetics and Environmental Law Weekly, August 20th, 2005
Radiologists in Japan conducted a study "to evaluate the clinical efficacy of flexible noise control (FNC) image processing" in comparison to "multiobjective frequency processing (MFP) in images acquired using a CR portal imaging device (CRPID)."
"The image processing of MFP and FNC used the same data and required no additional irradiation of patients, and all images were printed on 10-bit grey-level dry laser film," explained S. Yamada and coauthors at Kurashiki Central Hospital. "Four radiation technologists and one oncologist served as observers and evaluated 40...
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