Reporting of imaging diagnostic accuracy studies with focus on MRI subgroup: Adherence to STARD 2015

@article{Hong2018ReportingOI,
  title={Reporting of imaging diagnostic accuracy studies with focus on MRI subgroup: Adherence to STARD 2015},
  author={Patrick Jiho Hong and Daniel A. Korevaar and Trevor A. McGrath and Hedyeh Ziai and Robert M. Frank and Mostafa Alabousi and Patrick M.M. Bossuyt and Matthew D.F. McInnes},
  journal={Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={523–544}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate adherence of diagnostic accuracy studies in imaging journals to the STAndards for Reporting of Diagnostic accuracy studies (STARD) 2015. The secondary objective was to identify differences in reporting for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies. MATERIALS AND METHODS MEDLINE was searched for diagnostic accuracy studies published in imaging journals in 2016. Studies were evaluated for adherence to STARD 2015 (30 items, including expanded imaging specific subitems… CONTINUE READING

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