LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TELERADIOLOGY.

Bob Gayler, Joseph N. Gitlin, Wanda H. Rappaport, Friend L. Skinner

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Increasing national attention is being focused on the feasibility of using slow-scan television (SSTV) for transmitting x-ray images over telephone lines from medically underserved areas to radiologists located in urban medical centers. This report describes the results of an experiment conducted to determine whether an SSTV system currently being used in several rural communities is appropriate for general radiology at the primary care level, or whether changes in design features or image quality should be considered for future applications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)26-31
Number of pages6
JournalApplied Scientific Research (The Hague)
StatePublished - 1979
Externally publishedYes

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Television systems
Radiology
Telephone lines
Television
Image quality
television systems
X rays
telephones
radiology
evaluation
Experiments
x rays

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Gayler, B., Gitlin, J. N., Rappaport, W. H., & Skinner, F. L. (1979). LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TELERADIOLOGY. Applied Scientific Research (The Hague), 26-31.

LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TELERADIOLOGY. / Gayler, Bob; Gitlin, Joseph N.; Rappaport, Wanda H.; Skinner, Friend L.

In: Applied Scientific Research (The Hague), 1979, p. 26-31.

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Gayler, B, Gitlin, JN, Rappaport, WH & Skinner, FL 1979, 'LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TELERADIOLOGY.', Applied Scientific Research (The Hague), pp. 26-31.
Gayler B, Gitlin JN, Rappaport WH, Skinner FL. LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TELERADIOLOGY. Applied Scientific Research (The Hague). 1979;26-31.
Gayler, Bob ; Gitlin, Joseph N. ; Rappaport, Wanda H. ; Skinner, Friend L. / LABORATORY EVALUATION OF TELERADIOLOGY. In: Applied Scientific Research (The Hague). 1979 ; pp. 26-31.
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