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Salient Characteristics Of A Distributed Diagnostic Imaging Management System For A Radiology Department
Author(s): Samuel J. Dwyer; Arch W. Templeton; W. H. Anderson; M. A. Tarlton; K. S. Hensley; K. R. Lee; D. F. Preston; S. Batnitzky; E. Levine; S. J. Rosenthal; N. L. Martin; L. T. Cook
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Paper Abstract

The design and implementation of a distributed diagnostic imaging management system is new. The goal of these distributed systems is to integrate digital diagnostic imaging modalities through a local area network. This paper provides an estimate of the current utilization of digital diagnostic image data and provides the user logical functions required for each node of the distributed system.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 January 1982
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 0318, 1st Intl Conf and Workshop on Picture Archiving and Communication Systems, (14 January 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.967645
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Samuel J. Dwyer, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
Arch W. Templeton, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
W. H. Anderson, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
M. A. Tarlton, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
K. S. Hensley, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
K. R. Lee, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
D. F. Preston, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
S. Batnitzky, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
E. Levine, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
S. J. Rosenthal, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
N. L. Martin, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)
L. T. Cook, The University of Kansas Medical Center (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0318:
1st Intl Conf and Workshop on Picture Archiving and Communication Systems
Andre J. Duerinckx, Editor(s)

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