Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, October 9th, 2005
"The goal of a study" recently published in the journal Academic Radiology is to determine whether mammographic lesion subtlety influences the detection accuracy and visual search parameters of radiologists. Six radiologists searched a set of 20 mammograms with at least two lesions per image (masses and/or microcaleifications)," reported E. A. Krupinski, the University of Arizona.
The author described the study: "Eye position was recorded. False-negative (FN) and true-positive (TP) decisions were correlated with lesion subtlety and visual search parameters of...
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