Emphysema progression is visually detectable in low-dose CT in continuous but not in former smokers

@article{Wille2014EmphysemaPI,
  title={Emphysema progression is visually detectable in low-dose CT in continuous but not in former smokers},
  author={Mathilde M. W. Wille and Laura H. Thomsen and Asger Dirksen and Jens Petersen and Jesper Holst Pedersen and Saher B. Shaker},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={2692-2699}
}
To evaluate interobserver agreement and time-trend in chest CT assessment of emphysema, airways, and interstitial abnormalities in a lung cancer screening cohort. Visual assessment of baseline and fifth-year examination of 1990 participants was performed independently by two observers. Results were standardised by means of an electronic score sheet; kappa and time-trend analyses were performed. Interobserver agreement was substantial in early emphysema diagnosis; highly significant (p < 0.001… CONTINUE READING
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