30 October 1997 Implementation of real-time digital endoscopic image processing system
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Endoscopy has become a crucial diagnostic and therapeutic procedure in clinical areas. Over the past four years, we have developed a computerized system to record and store clinical data pertaining to endoscopic surgery of laparascopic cholecystectomy, pelviscopic endometriosis, and surgical arthroscopy. In this study, we developed a computer system, which is composed of a frame grabber, a sound board, a VCR control board, a LAN card and EDMS. Also, computer system controls peripheral instruments such as a color video printer, a video cassette recorder, and endoscopic input/output signals. Digital endoscopic data management system is based on open architecture and a set of widely available industry standards; namely Microsoft Windows as an operating system, TCP/IP as a network protocol and a time sequential database that handles both images and speech. For the purpose of data storage, we used MOD and CD- R. Digital endoscopic system was designed to be able to store, recreate, change, and compress signals and medical images. Computerized endoscopy enables us to generate and manipulate the original visual document, making it accessible to a virtually unlimited number of physicians.
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Chul Gyu Song, Chul Gyu Song, Young Mook Lee, Young Mook Lee, Sang Min Lee, Sang Min Lee, Won Ky Kim, Won Ky Kim, Jae Ho Lee, Jae Ho Lee, Myoung Ho Lee, Myoung Ho Lee, } "Implementation of real-time digital endoscopic image processing system", Proc. SPIE 3164, Applications of Digital Image Processing XX, (30 October 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.279575; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.279575
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