Janice C. Honeyman-Buck

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Medical and biomedical image processing textbooks have been published over the years; many of which are not comprehensible for anyone other than expert image processing researchers. The leadership of the International SPIE Symposium on Medical Imaging and the Springer-Verlag Series Editor of Biological and Medical Physics, Medical Engineering recognized the(More)
We would like to thank you for the opportunity to respond to the letter from Dr. Willis. We are pleased that Dr. Willis found our paper useful and thank him for his interest and kind comments. Certainly, as Dr. Willis points out, we could have included many more references to the technologies involved, indeed many of his own articles, but our intent was to(More)
OBJECTIVE We discuss the effect of radiology report format on the accuracy and speed with which reviewers can extract case-specific information. MATERIALS AND METHODS A Web-based testing mechanism was used to present radiology reports to each of 16 senior medical students and record their answers to 10 multiple choice questions about specific medical(More)
I n late 2006, an outpatient imaging center began its conversion to digital mammography (DM). Part of this transition was a plan to purchase software for computer-aided detection (CAD) to assist in analysis of the digital mammography images. The preparation to purchase one of two systems included a comparison of several specifications, including DICOM(More)
EACH ISSUE we will be reprinting a ‘‘Best of the Hotline’’ column from the Online Expert Hotline Archive (See Paul Nagy’s editorial in this issue). I chose the first two questions to reprint, and will ask others to pick their favorites in future issues. The first question is one that has been investigated repeatedly over the years and will probably continue(More)
A s most picture archiving and communication system (PACS) administrators or imaging informatics professionals are aware, the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM, formerly SCAR) is sponsoring an effort to provide certification in the growing field. SIIM members believe that this society is the most qualified to provide guidance in the(More)
We all know that duplicate publication of an article is considered self-plagiarism and is not allowed in peerreviewed journals. The Journal of Digital Imaging has a statement in the submission process that a manuscript has not been submitted to any other journals for publication. This is a common statement that peer-reviewed journals often use. Accusations(More)
A total of 40,000 portable examinations are performed each year at Shands Hospital (Gainesville, FL), a 570-bed teaching hospital. Radiographs are obtained using a screen-film combination with the films digitized for transmission to displays in four intensive care units. A cost-analysis of replacing screen-film with computed radiography (CR) integrated into(More)
IN THE LAST ISSUE, we presented a tutorial on using Manuscript Central for submitting manuscripts to the Journal of Digital Imaging (JDI). After a user registers on jdi.manuscriptcentral.com, he or she is automatically assigned two ‘‘centers,’’ an Author Center and a Reviewer Center (Fig 1). When a user is selected as a reviewer for a manuscript, Manuscript(More)