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*[[Media: 2010.09.09_UPICT_V1_4_1_FIELD_TEST.doc|VIA Protocol v1.4.1]] ''Word version currently under field test as "version one" applicable to late stage disease, 09-11-2010''
 
*[[Media: 2010.09.09_UPICT_V1_4_1_FIELD_TEST.doc|VIA Protocol v1.4.1]] ''Word version currently under field test as "version one" applicable to late stage disease, 09-11-2010''
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[[Archived Versions]] of QIBA draft documents.
  
 
==Working Documents==
 
==Working Documents==

Revision as of 01:54, 8 December 2011

Project Snapshot

See the Datasets page of the QIBA Resource Catalog

Meetings / Call Summaries

Profile & Protocol Development

Drafting:

Public Comment Resolution:


Field Test:

  • VIA Protocol v1.4.1 Word version currently under field test as "version one" applicable to late stage disease, 09-11-2010


Archived Versions of QIBA draft documents.

Working Documents

Active:

  • VolCT - Group 1B - Focus on Volume Change Analysis of Pulmonary Nodules in Diagnostic Settings
  • VolCT - Group 1C - Model Sources of Variability from a Systems Engineering Analysis
  • VolCT - Group 3A - Characterize variability due to algorithm using phantoms
  • VolCT - Group 3B - Characterize clinical utility/efficacy with respect to clinical endpoints
  • VolCT - Colorado Group - Quantifying variability in measurement of pulmonary nodule

No longer active:

Reference Materials


  • Are we ready? A time for measurement of physiological parameters of the lung using multidetector row CT scans. Hatabu H. Acad Radiol. 2009 Mar; 16(3):249. Academic Radiology
  • Radiology 2007 - Coronary Calcium Scoring - This paper by Dr. McCollough et al is may be seen to be analaogous to our work in that it addresses similar issues (e.g. achieving "standard" noise levels). It could be thought of as an early draft of a Calcium Scoring profile, including both groundwork and equipment specifications.
  • Helical multidetector row quantitative computed tomography (QCT) precision. Bligh M, Bidaut L, White RA, Murphy WA Jr, Stevens DM, Cody DD. Acad Radiol. 2009 Feb; 16(2):150-9. Academic Radiology
  • Comparison of the accuracy of CT volume calculated by circumscription to prolate ellipsoid volume (bidimensional measurement multiplied by coronal long axis). Rkein AM, Harrigal C, Friedman AC, Persky D, Krupinski E. Acad Radiol. 2009 Feb; 16(2):181-6. Academic Radiology

Round 1 of QIBA Funded Projects