[Radiological expertise and diagnosis. II. Empirical study].

@article{Raufaste1998RadiologicalEA,
  title={[Radiological expertise and diagnosis. II. Empirical study].},
  author={Eric Raufaste and D Verderi-Raufaste and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Eyrolle},
  journal={Journal de radiologie},
  year={1998},
  volume={79 3},
  pages={235-40}
}
In order to study cognitive processes of radiological diagnosis, 22 radiologists with different experience levels interpreted two complex films, with no clinical data. Exploration strategies, used knowledge and reasoning were analyzed. Experimented radiologists interpreted clues more easily, using richer and more integrated knowledge. They used a symptomatic exploration, guided by hypotheses that related to salient cues. Cues that were both subtle and unexpected were better detected by novices… CONTINUE READING