16 March 2006 CMAS: a rich media annotation system for medical imaging
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Proceedings Volume 6145, Medical Imaging 2006: PACS and Imaging Informatics; 614506 (2006); doi: 10.1117/12.658677
Event: Medical Imaging, 2006, San Diego, California, United States
Abstract
We have developed the CMAS system (Collaborative Medical Annotation System) so that medical professionals will be able to easily annotate digital medical records that contain medical imaging or procedure videos. The CMAS system enables a non-technical person to annotate a medical image or video with their recorded presence. The CMAS system displays medical images via a projector onto a screen; when a doctor (or patient) physically walks in front of this screen with the medical image and gives his/her opinion while gesturing at the image, the CMAS system intuitively captures this interaction by creating a video annotation with HP's Active Shadows technology. The CMAS system automatically transforms physical interactions, ranging from a laser pointer spot to a doctor's physical presence, into video annotation that then can be overlaid on top of the medical image or seamlessly inserted into the procedure video. Annotated in such a manner, the medical record retains the historical development of the diagnostic medical opinion, explained through presence of doctors and their respective annotations. The CMAS system structures the annotation of digital medical records such that image/video annotations from multiple sources, at different times, and from different locations can be maintained within a historical context and be consistently referenced among multiple annotations.
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I-Jong Lin, Hui Chao, "CMAS: a rich media annotation system for medical imaging", Proc. SPIE 6145, Medical Imaging 2006: PACS and Imaging Informatics, 614506 (16 March 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.658677; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.658677
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