Observer Performance Studies


[1] Krupinski EA, Maloney K, Bessen SC, Capp MP, Graham K, Hunt R, Lund P, Ovitt T, Standen JR. Receiver operating
characteristic evaluation of computer display of adult portable chest radiographs. Invest Radiol 1994;29:141-146.

[2] Krupinski EA, Lund PJ. Differences in time to interpretation for evaluation of bone radiographs with monitor and film viewing. Acad Radiol 1997;4:177-182.

[3] Krupinski EA, Roehrig H, Yu T. Observer performance comparison of digital radiograph systems for stereotactic breast needle biopsy. Acad Radiol

[4] Krupinski EA, Alsafadi Y. Observer detection performance in radiology using a retransmission-free network communication protocol. Acad Radiol

[5] Krupinski, EA, Evanoff M, Ovitt T, Standen JR, Chu TX, Johnson J. The influence of image processing on chest radiograph interpretation and decision changes. Submitted to Academic Radiology.

[6] Lund PJ, Krupinski EA, Brooks WJ. Ultrasound evaluation of sacroiliac motion in normal volunteers. Acad Radiol 1996;3:192-196.

[7] Krupinski EA. Clinical assessment of dry-laser processed film versus traditional wet-processed film with computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound. Acad Radiol 1996;3:855-858.

[8] Roehrig H, Krupinski EA, Hulett R. Reduction of patient exposure in pediatric radiology. Acad Radiol 1997; In Press.

[9] Krupinski EA, Weinstein RS, Rozek LS. Experience-related differences in diagnosis from medical images displayed on monitors. Telemedicine Journal
1996;2:101-108. [10] Krupinski EA, Maloney K, Hopper L, Weinstein R. Evaluation of radiologist performance using telemedicine services. Journal of Digital Imaging 1997; In Press. 

Return to Observer Performance Studies page