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9 May 2002 Computer-aided detection of lung cancer on chest radiographs: effect of machine CAD false-positive locations on radiologists' behavior
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This paper describes the effect of a computer-aided detection (CAD) system's false positive marks on observer performance when interpreting films containing lung cancer. We compared the location/no location chosen initially by the radiologists and the stability or change in location that followed the provision of the CAD information. We found a difference in radiologists' behavior that depended on whether the radiologists' initial interpretation was a true positive or a false positive detection. When the radiologist made an incorrect initial decision, that decision was less stable than when the initial decision was correct.
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Matthew T. Freedman M.D., Shih-Chung Benedict Lo, Teresa Osicka, Fleming Yuan Ming Lure, Xin-Wei Xu, Jesse Lin, Hui Zhao, and Ron Zhang "Computer-aided detection of lung cancer on chest radiographs: effect of machine CAD false-positive locations on radiologists' behavior", Proc. SPIE 4684, Medical Imaging 2002: Image Processing, (9 May 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.467092
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