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== 1C Performance Protocol ==
 
== 1C Performance Protocol ==
 
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*[[Media:QIBA 1C ACRIN 6678 Testing Apr 7 2010 v3.0.ppt|1C Physics Testing for ACRIN 6678 Protocol ver 3.0 (testing for different patient size not mentioned) 2010-04-28]]
*[[Media:QIBA 1C ACRIN 6678 Testing Apr 7 2010 v3.0.ppt|1C Physics Testing for ACRIN 6678 Protocol ver 3.0 (testing for different patient size not memtioned) 2010-04-28]]
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*[[Media:QIBA 1C Performance Protocol Apr 7 2010 v3.0.ppt|1C Physics Testing for Performance-based Protocol ver 3.0 (now based on ACRIN 6678) 2010-04-28]]
 
*[[Media:QIBA 1C Performance Protocol Apr 7 2010 v3.0.ppt|1C Physics Testing for Performance-based Protocol ver 3.0 (now based on ACRIN 6678) 2010-04-28]]
 
*[[Media:QIBA 1C Performance Protocol Dec 20 2009 v2.2.ppt|QIBA 1C Performance Protocol v2.2 (03-27-2010)]]
 
*[[Media:QIBA 1C Performance Protocol Dec 20 2009 v2.2.ppt|QIBA 1C Performance Protocol v2.2 (03-27-2010)]]

Revision as of 17:38, 21 January 2011

  • Characterizing Variability, sans Biology
    • Multiple image sets of the same phantoms re-scanned across centers to isolate contributors to variability.
    • The goal is to determine necessary control conditions to be documented in profiles ensuring that the output for imaging when performed under these conditions will be adequately precise and accurate when scanned on profile-compliant equipment.
  • Related Profile: Lung Vol Quantification - Measurement Activity
  • Vol-CT 1C Group Call Summaries

Working Documents


1C Performance Protocol


UCLA Pilot Data

  • Test report documents


Duke Pilot Data


FDA Pilot Data

  • Test report documents


  • Images (noise and resolution slices)

Johns Hopkins Pilot Data

  • Test report documents
  • Images (noise and resolution slices)


Univ Maryland Pilot Data

  • Images (noise and resolution slices)



Toshiba Pilot Data

  • Test report documents
  • Images (noise and resolution slices)