Digital tools for collecting data from cervigrams for research and training in colposcopy.

@article{Jeronimo2006DigitalTF,
  title={Digital tools for collecting data from cervigrams for research and training in colposcopy.},
  author={Jose A. Jeronimo and L. Rodney Long and Leif Neve and Bopf Michael and Sameer K. Antani and Mark Schiffman},
  journal={Journal of lower genital tract disease},
  year={2006},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={16-25}
}
Colposcopy is a critical part of gynecologic practice but has documented deficiencies, including lack of correlation between the colposcopic appearance and the severity of underlying neoplasia, limited reproducibility, and difficulty in the optimal placement of colposcopically directed biopsies. In a collaborative effort to improve colposcopy, we are analyzing digitized cervigram images from National Cancer Institute-funded studies. Specifically, the National Cancer Institute has collected… CONTINUE READING

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