Henry A. Swett

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ICON is a computer-based expert system being developed to help radiologists with the process of differential diagnosis. ICON focuses on the domain of lung disease as seen on a chest radiograph in patients with lymphoproliferative disorders. Rather than attempt to tell the radiologist what the diagnosis is, the system asks him or her to propose a diagnosis(More)
We undertook this project to integrate context sensitive computer-based educational and decision making aids into the film interpretation and reporting process, and to determine the clinical utility of this method as a guide for further system development. An image database of 347 digital mammography images was assembled and image features were coded. An(More)
Revisions of the international criteria for neuroblastoma diagnosis, staging and response to treatment. 5 cations, obtained from a variety of authoritative sources [7-12]. It also contains image processing operators, based on those reported in the literature as successful for the segmentation and description of microcalcifications [13-16]. These are used in(More)
OBJECTIVE Many radiology information systems (RISs) installed during the 1980s have a user interface that is crude by today's standards. We explored improving this user interface by using the local processing power of the personal computer. In this article we describe a computer program that significantly enhances the ease of report retrieval by automating(More)
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