Designing a radiology workstation: A focus on navigation during the interpretation task

@article{Beard1990DesigningAR,
  title={Designing a radiology workstation: A focus on navigation during the interpretation task},
  author={David Beard},
  journal={Journal of Digital Imaging},
  year={1990},
  volume={3},
  pages={152-163}
}
The potential cost and logistic improvements of picture archive and communication system (PACS) over film-based medical image management awaits the development of viable radiology workstations (RWS) targeted for the primary interpretation task. While the quality of electronically displayed images has been highly investigated, only recently have design and experimental work been devoted to the other critical aspect of workstation design, mainly its computer human interaction, and, in particular… CONTINUE READING

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