Improvement of lung abnormality detection in computed radiography using multi-objective frequency processing: Evaluation by receiver operating characteristics (ROC) analysis.

Abstract

Computed radiography (CR) has been shown to have relatively low sensitivity for detection of pulmonary nodules. This poor sensitivity precludes its use as a screening modality despite the low cost, low dose and wide distribution of devices. The purpose of this study was to apply multi-objective frequency processing (MFP) to CR images and to evaluate its… (More)

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@article{Tagashira2008ImprovementOL, title={Improvement of lung abnormality detection in computed radiography using multi-objective frequency processing: Evaluation by receiver operating characteristics (ROC) analysis.}, author={Hiroyuki Tagashira and Kenji Arakawa and Masahiro Yoshimoto and Teruhito Mochizuki and Kenya Murase and Hiroyuki Yoshida}, journal={European journal of radiology}, year={2008}, volume={65 3}, pages={473-7} }