Interobserver variation in cervical cancer tumor delineation for image‐based radiotherapy planning among and within different specialties

@inproceedings{Wu2005InterobserverVI,
  title={Interobserver variation in cervical cancer tumor delineation for image‐based radiotherapy planning among and within different specialties},
  author={Dee Wu and Nina A. Mayr and Yasemin Karatas and Rifat Karatas and Mustafa Adli and Susan M. Edwards and James D. Wolff and Allen Movahed and Joseph F. Montebello and William T. C. Yuh},
  booktitle={Journal of applied clinical medical physics},
  year={2005}
}
Radiation therapy for cervical cancer involves a team of specialists, including diagnostic radiologists (DRs), radiation oncologists (ROs), and medical physicists (MPs), to optimize imaging-based radiation therapy planning. The purpose of the study was to investigate the interobserver variations in tumor delineation on MR images of cervical cancer within the same and among different specialties. Twenty MRI cervical cancer studies were independently reviewed by two DRs, two ROs, and two MPs. For… CONTINUE READING