1 May 1992 Effect of data compression on diagnostic accuracy in digital hand and chest radiography
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Image compression is essential to handle a large volume of digital images including CT, MR, CR, and digitized films in a digital radiology operation. The full-frame bit allocation using the cosine transform technique developed during the last few years has been proven to be an excellent irreversible image compression method. This paper describes the effect of using the hardware compression module on diagnostic accuracy in hand radiographs with subperiosteal resorption and chest radiographs with interstitial disease. Receiver operating characteristic analysis using 71 hand radiographs and 52 chest radiographs with five observers each demonstrates that there is no statistical significant difference in diagnostic accuracy between the original films and the compressed images with a compression ratio as high as 20:1.
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James W. Sayre, James W. Sayre, Denise R. Aberle, Denise R. Aberle, Maria Ines Boechat, Maria Ines Boechat, Theodore R. Hall, Theodore R. Hall, H. K. Huang, H. K. Huang, Bruce Kuo Ting Ho, Bruce Kuo Ting Ho, Payam Kashfian, Payam Kashfian, Guita Rahbar, Guita Rahbar, } "Effect of data compression on diagnostic accuracy in digital hand and chest radiography", Proc. SPIE 1653, Medical Imaging VI: Image Capture, Formatting, and Display, (1 May 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.59528; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59528
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