Introduction to computer systems in diagnostic radiology.

@article{Shannon1978IntroductionTC,
  title={Introduction to computer systems in diagnostic radiology.},
  author={Roger H. Shannon},
  journal={Medical instrumentation},
  year={1978},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={241-4}
}
Diagnostic radiology is immensely complex. It involves a consultation process, patient handling to produce images, and advanced technology. Computers have been applied extensively to these processes, and examples are given of some of these applications. Fully integrated computerized radiology systems have been an elusive goal. Integrity of patient data is probably the key to integration. Progress in the field continues. 

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