Interobserver and Intraobserver Variability in the Assessment of Pulmonary Nodule Size on CT Using Film and Computer Display Methods1

@inproceedings{Bogot2005InterobserverAI,
  title={Interobserver and Intraobserver Variability in the Assessment of Pulmonary Nodule Size on CT Using Film and Computer Display Methods1},
  author={Naama Bogot and Ella A. Kazerooni and Aine Marie Kelly and Leslie E. Quint and Benoit Desjardins and Bin Nan},
  year={2005}
}
Rationale and Objectives A critical element in determining biologic behavior of pulmonary nodules is volume and temporal volume change. We evaluate variability in nodule volume among readers and measuring methods. Materials and Methods 55 small ( Results Mean nodule short-axis diameter was 5.3 mm; mean long-axis diameter 7.2 mm. There was statistically significant variation among readers and measurement method for nodule volume. Volume was significantly larger using hard-copy measurements (51.9… CONTINUE READING

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