Background and purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine differences in interpretation between film-screen mammograms (FSMs) and digitized FSMs (DFSMs). Materials and Methods: Samples included a randomly selected group of 100 patients with mammograms, all of which were digitized to digital data. Each mammogram included the 2 standard craniocaudal and mediolateral oblique films. All of the mammograms were scanned using a digitizer, and then transferred onto a Picture Archiving and Communication System server. All of the FSMs and DFSMs were interpreted by 2 specialized radiologists in terms of the lesion location, characteristics, and Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS). The reading sessions for each of the 2 groups of mammograms were separated by a period of 4weeks. Results: The results showed there was no difference in the BIRADS, location, or characteristics of microcalcifications and tumors between FSMs and DFSMs. Results of the interpretation between the 2 radiologists were similar with no significant differences. Conclusions: The efficacy of DFSMs equals that of FSMs.
|Translated title of the contribution||經數位化掃描傳統乳房X光像於臨床診斷之效益評估|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
- Film-screen mammograms FSM
- film-screen mammograms FSMs
Hou, K. Y., Kung, C-H., Yang, C. M., Chang, H. Y., Wang, P-C., Wang, Y-C., Lai, S-Y., & Chen, C-J. (2010). The Clinical Efficacy of Digitized Film-Screen Mammograms. 輔仁醫學期刊, 8(1), 33-38. http://www.AiritiLibrary.com/Publication/Index/18102093-201003-201104010018-201104010018-33-38