Aortic aneurysm volume calculation: effect of operator experience

@article{Caldwell2004AorticAV,
  title={Aortic aneurysm volume calculation: effect of operator experience},
  author={D. Patrick Caldwell and Karie A Pulfer and G. R. Jaggi and H. L. Knuteson and Jason Peter Fine and Myron A. Pozniak},
  journal={Abdominal Imaging},
  year={2004},
  volume={30},
  pages={259-262}
}
We have successfully applied sequential volumetric analysis of abdominal aortic aneurysms to exclude endoleak in patients who have an aortic endostent. This study compared the effect of variable operator experience on volumetric calculation accuracy. Four operators with different experience levels calculated abdominal aneurysm volumes in 10 patients at two different times (≥ 1 week apart). The four reviewers were ranked as having a high level of experience (one full-time laboratory worker… CONTINUE READING
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