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The purpose of this pilot is to assess the adequacy of the Fujifilm DBT Reader Study Training program to ensure that Readers participating in the Fujifilm DBT pivotal trial are properly trained in the reading and interpretation of FFDM and DBT images.
The purpose of the pivotal reader study is to assess the comparative accuracy of Fujifilm DBT plus S-View versus FFDM in the detection of breast cancer.
Linked color imaging (LCI) is newly developed image-enhancing endoscopy technology that differentiates the red color spectrum more effectively than white light imaging thanks to its optimal pre-process composition of light spectrum and advanced signal processing. This technology, combined in the latest generation Fujifilm's endoscopes (Fujifilm Co, Tokyo, Japan) with new high-performance LED illumination system, enhances the visibility of colonic mucosal vessels and might incre...
Approximately 100 women scheduled for NSM will be consented pre-operatively to participate in the study. US will be performed after induction of general anesthesia, prior to surgery using Sonosite™ portable US, 5-12mHz transducer using doppler mode.
SatCare is a randomised controlled trial involving rapid standardised ultrasound assessment of patients with shock, major trauma, abdominal pain, chest pain or breathlessness in emergency ambulances. The scans will take less than 5 minutes and be transmitted to a hospital-based expert for review, providing support and instructions for optimal prehospital care. Five Highland Scottish Ambulance Service ambulances covering areas more than 30 minutes from Raigmore Hospital, ...
The purpose of the feature comparison study is to evaluate general mammographic features in images of the same breast when reconstructed with modified (ISR and DVIIm) processing as compared to the original processing (FBP with EDR and MFP).
The purpose of this pilot is to provide credible performance estimate information in order to conduct a subsequent pivotal reader study.
Conduct a randomized, controlled trial looking at how the use of ultrasound analyzing the inferior vena cava impacts the management and outcomes of pediatric emergency department patients undergoing evaluation and treatment of sepsis and gastroenteritis associated dehydration.
The purpose of this pivotal reader study is to assess the comparative accuracy of Fujifilm FFDM plus DBT versus FFDM alone in the detection of breast cancer.
The newly developed linked color imaging (LCI) system (FUJIFILM Co.) creates clear and bright endoscopic images by using short-wavelength narrow-band laser light combined with white laser light on the basis of BLI technology. This system can obtain bright endoscopic images even at a distant view because LCI has more intense white light than the short-wavelength narrow-band laser light. Short-wavelength narrow-band laser light enhances the vessels on the mucosal surface and the ...
Hypothesis and Specific Aims: The investigators hypothesize that ultrasound (US) visualization is as effective as nerve stimulation (NS) for identification of peripheral nervous structures and may be associated with less trauma and patient discomfort. Specifically, the investigators believe that equivalent rates of surgical anesthesia are achievable with non-invasive ultrasonic needle guidance in comparison to needle guidance by intensity of motor fiber response to inte...
Linked color imaging (LCI) and magnifying blue laser imaging (BLI) are two new imaging systems used in endoscopy which are recently developed. BLI was developed to compensate for the limitations of NBI. BLI shows a bright image of the digestive mucosa, enabling the detailed visualization of both the microstructure and microvasculature. However, BLI still is not able to obtain sufficient brightness for distant lesions. The newly developed LCI system (FUJIFILM Co.) creates clear ...
The role of teleradiology has far reaching implications for the health of remote and underserved populations. The ability to coordinate radiographic evaluation and diagnosis from a distance has the potential to raise the standard of patient care throughout the world. Perhaps the safest and most cost effective mode of teleradiology today is telesonography. The current project attempts to determine the extent that telesonography improves the standard of care within a rural govern...
The adenoma detection rate by colonoscopy for asymptomatic individuals aged 50 years and older is estimated to be at least 25%. It is known that during colonoscopy, lesions may be missed. Image enhanced endoscopy techniques have been evaluated for the detection and differentiation of colonic polyps. Narrow band imaging (NBI), is one such technique. The common classification systems used predict histology is the NICE and the Sano and JNET classification. The NICE classification ...
Several imaging technologies have been developed in order to enable the endoscopists to differentiate neoplastic from non-neoplastic lesions. The real-time prediction of polyps histology is clinically relevant as diminutive polyps represent the majority of polyps detected during colonoscopy and have a very low risk of harboring advanced histology or invasive carcinoma. Thus, an optical diagnosis would allow diminutive polyps to be resected and discarded without pathological ass...