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Journal of Electronic Imaging

ELPIDA: a general architecture for medical imaging systems supporting telemedicine applications
Author(s): Dimitris C. Lymberopoulos; Kostas V. Spiropoulos; George C. Anastassopoulos; Stavros A. Kotsopoulos; Katerina G. Solomou
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Paper Abstract

During the next years, profound changes are expected in computer and communication technologies that will offer the medical imaging systems (MIS) industry a challenge to develop advanced telemedicine applications of high performance. Medical industry, vendors, and specialists need to agree on a universal MIS structure that will provide a stack of functions, protocols, and interfaces suitable for coordination and management of high-level image consults, reports, and review activities. Doctors and engineers have worked together to determine the types, targets, and range of such activities within a medical group working domain and to posit their impact on MIS structure. As a result, the fundamental MIS functions have been posed and organized in the form of a general MIS architecture, denoted as ELPIDA. The structure of this architecture was kept as simple as possible to allow its extension to diverse multimode operational schemes handling medical and conversational audiovisual information of different classes. The fundamentals of ELPIDA and pulmonary image diagnostic aspects have been employed for the development of a prototype MIS.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 January 1995
PDF: 14 pages
J. Electron. Imaging. 4(1) doi: 10.1117/12.191340
Published in: Journal of Electronic Imaging Volume 4, Issue 1
Show Author Affiliations
Dimitris C. Lymberopoulos, Univ. of Patras (Greece)
Kostas V. Spiropoulos, Univ. Hospital of Patras (Greece)
George C. Anastassopoulos, Univ. of Patras (Greece)
Stavros A. Kotsopoulos, Univ. of Patras (Greece)
Katerina G. Solomou, Univ. Hospital of Patras (Greece)

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