7 May 1997 Development of an ATM-based radiology consultation workstation for radiotherapy treatment planning
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Abstract
The radiology consultation workstation is a multimedia, medical imaging workstation being developed for use in an electronic radiology environment, utilizing a prototype asynchronous transfer mode telemedicine network, in support of radiotherapy treatment planning. A radiation oncologist in the radiation oncology department, and a radiologist in the Diagnostic Radiology Department, will be able to consult, utilizing high-quality audio/video channels and high-resolution medical image displays, prior to the design of a treatment plan. Organ and lesion contouring is performed via a shared-cursor feature, in a consultation mode, allowing medical specialists to fully interact during the identification and delineation of lesions and other features.
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Kenneth M. Kempner, Kenneth M. Kempner, David Chow, David Chow, Peter L. Choyke, Peter L. Choyke, Jerome R. Cox, Jerome R. Cox, Jeremy E. Elson, Jeremy E. Elson, Calvin A. Johnson, Calvin A. Johnson, Paul Okunieff, Paul Okunieff, Harold Ostrow, Harold Ostrow, John C. Pfeifer, John C. Pfeifer, Robert L. Martino, Robert L. Martino, } "Development of an ATM-based radiology consultation workstation for radiotherapy treatment planning", Proc. SPIE 3031, Medical Imaging 1997: Image Display, (7 May 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.273928; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.273928
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