Modus operandi for a picture archiving and communication system

M. E. Noz, W. A. Erdman, G. Q. Maguire, T. J. Stahl, R. J. Tokarz, K. L. Menken, J. A. Salviani

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The authors describe their 18 month experience operating an all digital nuclear medicine department, which led to the development of a system that allows multiple users to access patient reports and images through terminals located in various parts of the hospital. All user interactions are mediated through protocols that automatically acquire, process, display, and archive data. This approach offers distinct advantages over film and paper methods and is applicable in theory to any digital image format.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)221-223
Number of pages3
JournalRadiology
Volume152
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1984

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Noz, M. E., Erdman, W. A., Maguire, G. Q., Stahl, T. J., Tokarz, R. J., Menken, K. L., & Salviani, J. A. (1984). Modus operandi for a picture archiving and communication system. Radiology, 152(1), 221-223.

Modus operandi for a picture archiving and communication system. / Noz, M. E.; Erdman, W. A.; Maguire, G. Q.; Stahl, T. J.; Tokarz, R. J.; Menken, K. L.; Salviani, J. A.

In: Radiology, Vol. 152, No. 1, 1984, p. 221-223.

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Noz, ME, Erdman, WA, Maguire, GQ, Stahl, TJ, Tokarz, RJ, Menken, KL & Salviani, JA 1984, 'Modus operandi for a picture archiving and communication system', Radiology, vol. 152, no. 1, pp. 221-223.
Noz ME, Erdman WA, Maguire GQ, Stahl TJ, Tokarz RJ, Menken KL et al. Modus operandi for a picture archiving and communication system. Radiology. 1984;152(1):221-223.
Noz, M. E. ; Erdman, W. A. ; Maguire, G. Q. ; Stahl, T. J. ; Tokarz, R. J. ; Menken, K. L. ; Salviani, J. A. / Modus operandi for a picture archiving and communication system. In: Radiology. 1984 ; Vol. 152, No. 1. pp. 221-223.
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