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Determining the Variability of Lesion Size Measurements from CT Patient Datasets Acquired Under "No Change" Conditions

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Author(s)

John Lu

Abstract

To determine the variability of lesion size measurements in CT datasets of patients 39 imaged under a “no change” (“coffee break”) condition and to determine the impact of two 40 reading paradigms (independent readings of both time points vs. locked sequential readings) on 41 measurement variability.
Citation
Journal of Translational Oncology
Volume
8
Issue
1

Keywords

Repeatability, CT volumes, quantitative medical imaging, bias, variance.

Citation

Lu, J. (2015), Determining the Variability of Lesion Size Measurements from CT Patient Datasets Acquired Under "No Change" Conditions, Journal of Translational Oncology (Accessed June 15, 2024)

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Created March 17, 2015, Updated January 27, 2020