Peter L. Kench

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PURPOSE To establish the extent to which test set reading can represent actual clinical reporting in screening mammography. MATERIALS AND METHODS Institutional ethics approval was granted, and informed consent was obtained from each participating screen reader. The need for informed consent with respect to the use of patient materials was waived. Two(More)
AIM To examine how the location where reading takes place and the availability of prior images can affect performance in breast test-set reading. MATERIALS AND METHODS Under optimized viewing conditions, 10 expert screen readers each interpreted a reader-specific set of images containing 200 mammographic cases. Readers, randomly divided into two groups(More)
This study measured reading workstation monitors and the viewing environment currently available within BreastScreen New South Wales (BSNSW) centres to determine levels of adherence to national and international guidelines. Thirteen workstations from four BSNSW service centres were assessed using the American Association of Physicists in Medicine Task Group(More)
Detection and quantification of remote microglial activation in rodent models of focal ischaemia using the TSPO radioligand CLINDE. In vivo quantification of monoamine oxidase A in baboon brain: a PET study using [C-11]befloxatone and the multi-injection approach. Activation of signal pathways and the resistance to anti-EGFR treatment in colorectal cancer.(More)
The neuroanatomy and physiology of the baboon brain closely resembles that of the human brain and is well suited for evaluating promising new radioligands in non-human primates by PET and SPECT prior to their use in humans. These studies are commonly performed on clinical scanners with 5 mm spatial resolution at best, resulting in sub-optimal images for(More)
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