16 March 2006 Interactive radiological education file system integrated with PACS
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Radiological images, more specifically CT and MRI, are prevailing throughout most clinical practice and being important tools for better understanding of normal and abnormal cross-sectional anatomy. Since PACS has been introduced and implemented in 2000, a lot of radiological images are filed for the medical education. Easy and convenient on-line accessibility of PACS integrated with RIS or HIS makes those medical images more flexible to follow up during daily practice and to be materialized for building educational files. One of the most advantage of this interactive education file system is its versatility simply because of this system is integrated with PACS. We will present our interactive radiological education file system integrated with PACS. The contents of this exhibition will contain; 1) the concept of our education file system, 2) the methods of follow-up cases and building-up files, 3) the diversity of educational materials integrated with PACS, 4) the user interface in reviewing files interactively, 5) future perspectives of interactive radiological education file system in conjunction with a variety of other medical education system or computer aided diagnosis and 6) the design of system architecture.
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Myung Jin Shin, Ik Soo Choi, "Interactive radiological education file system integrated with PACS", Proc. SPIE 6145, Medical Imaging 2006: PACS and Imaging Informatics, 61451C (16 March 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.652937; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.652937


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