Tracking eye gaze during interpretation of endoluminal three-dimensional CT colonography: visual perception of experienced and inexperienced readers.

@article{Mallett2014TrackingEG,
  title={Tracking eye gaze during interpretation of endoluminal three-dimensional CT colonography: visual perception of experienced and inexperienced readers.},
  author={Susan V Mallett and Peter Phillips and Thomas R Fanshawe and Emma Helbren and Darren Boone and Alastair Gale and Stuart A. Taylor and D. J. Manning and Douglas G. Altman and Steve Halligan},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={273 3},
  pages={783-92}
}
PURPOSE To identify and compare key stages of the visual process in experienced and inexperienced readers and to examine how these processes are used to search a moving three-dimensional ( 3D three-dimensional ) image and their relationship to false-negative errors. MATERIALS AND METHODS Institutional review board research ethics approval was granted to use anonymized computed tomographic (CT) colonographic data from previous studies and to obtain eye-tracking data from volunteers. Sixty-five… CONTINUE READING
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