The book describes the current state of digital radiology. It does not merely report single experiences, but readers will benefit from the systematic recommendations given. The book describes the development of digital radiology and networking from the late eighties up to now and outlines future perspectives. It gives readers an easy, nonetheless comprehensive overview and also how-to-do guidance for their own activities when implementing a digital radiology system. The book is a synthesis of the editors own 10 years' experience in planning and working with a fully digital, large-scale radiology department and the contributions of internationally well-known experts in the field of digital radiology.Tan L, Siev E (eds) Singapore 813a819  Allison DJ, Faulkner JJ, Glass H1, Mosley J Reynolds RA (1994) aquot;PACSa at the ... SPIE 2708: 499  Fiedler V ( 1997) DO HIS, RIS and PACS increase the efficiency of interdisciplinary teamwork? ... Adam D (1992) Cost comparison between storagephosphor computed radiography and conventional film-screen radiography in ... radiography versus storage phosphor and conventional radiography in the detection of simulated chest lesions.
|Title||:||Digital (R)Evolution in Radiology|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-29|