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  • Automatic large quantity landmark pairs detection in 4DCT lung images. [Journal Article]
  • MPMed Phys 2019 Jul 18
  • Fu Y, Wu X, … Yang D
  • CONCLUSIONS: A new method was developed to automatically and precisely detect a large quantity of landmark pairs between lung CT image pairs. The detected landmark pairs could be used as benchmark datasets for more accurate and informative quantitative evaluation of DIR algorithms. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Reject rate analysis in digital radiography: an Australian emergency imaging department case study. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Radiat Sci 2019 Jul 18
  • Atkinson S, Neep M, Starkey D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The variation in radiographer reject rates and the high reject rate for some projections indicate that reject analysis is still necessary as a quality assurance tool for DR. A feedback system between radiologists and radiographers may reduce the high percentage of positioning errors by standardising the technical factors used to assess image quality. Future reject analysis should be conducted regularly incorporating an exposure indicator analysis as well as retrospective assessment of individual rejected images.
  • Prevalence and characteristics of neuropsychiatric symptoms, quality of life and psychotropics in people with acquired brain injury in long-term care. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Adv Nurs 2019 Jul 18
  • Kohnen R, Lavrijsen J, … Koopmans R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Little is known about neuropsychiatric symptoms among patients with acquired brain injury in nursing homes. In patients up to the age of 65 years, only six studies were found on prevalence rates of neuropsychiatric symptoms.Patients with severe acquired brain injury experience lifelong consequences, that have a high impact on them and their environment. Although there is increasing attention for the survival of this vulnerable group of patients, it is also important to enlarge awareness on long-term consequences, specifically the neuropsychiatric symptoms, quality of life and psychotropic drug use in acquired brain injury. Insight into the magnitude of these issues is necessary to achieve appropriate care for these patients. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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