Spiral CT of the chest: comparison of cine and film-based viewing.

  title={Spiral CT of the chest: comparison of cine and film-based viewing.},
  author={Steven E. Seltzer and Philip F. Judy and Douglass F. Adams and Francine L. Jacobson and Paul S Stark and Ron Kikinis and Richard G. Swensson and Sarah Hooton and Brenda Head and Uri Feldman},
  volume={197 1},
PURPOSE To determine radiologists' ability to find lung nodules on spiral computed tomographic (CT) scans of the chest with both rapid sequential (cine) and conventional film-based viewing. MATERIALS AND METHODS Eight radiologists searched for lung nodules on spiral CT images (10-mm collimation, 10 mm/sec table speed) presented in two formats. Cine viewing was performed at a computer work-station; sections were viewed in 2-mm increments at frame rates up to 10 frames per second. Film-based… CONTINUE READING


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