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2017Classification of normal screening mammograms is strongly influenced by perceived mammographic breast densityAng, Zoey; Brennan, Patrick; Heard, Robert; Lee, Warwick; Lewis, Sarah; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Health Systems and Global Populations; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation SciencesClassification of normal screening mammograms is strongly influenced by perceived mammographic breast density, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology, vol.61, 4, 2017,pp 461-469
2016Impact of Breast Reader Assessment Strategy on mammographic radiologists' test reading performanceBrennan, Patrick; Lee, Warwick; Lewis, Sarah; McEntee, Mark; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Suleiman, Wasfi; Tapia, Kriscia; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation SciencesImpact of Breast Reader Assessment Strategy on mammographic radiologists' test reading performance, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology, vol.60, 3, 2016,pp 352-358
2013The impact of using a JAFROC or ROC approach on the conclusions of a typical observer performance studyBourne, Roger; Brennan, Patrick; Pietrzyk, Mariusz; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Reed, Warren; Ryan, Elaine; Lee, W; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesThe impact of using a JAFROC or ROC approach on the conclusions of a typical observer performance study, Proceedings of the Medical Imaging 2013: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment, vol.8673, 2013, pp. 1-6
2016In the digital era, architectural distortion remains a challenging radiological taskBrennan, Patrick; Heard, Robert; Lewis, Sarah; McEntee, Mark; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Suleiman, Wasfi; Tapia, Kriscia; Georgian-Smith, Dianne; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Health Systems and Global Populations; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation SciencesIn the digital era, architectural distortion remains a challenging radiological task, Clinical Radiology, vol.71, 1, 2016,pp e35-e40
2013Markers of good performance in mammography depend on number of annual readingsBlack, Deborah; Bourne, Roger; Brennan, Patrick; Heard, Robert; Pietrzyk, Mariusz; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Reed, Warren; Ryan, Elaine; Lee, Warwick; Ageing Work and Health Unit; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Health Systems and Global Populations; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesMarkers of good performance in mammography depend on number of annual readings, Radiology, vol.269, 1, 2013,pp 61-67
2011Measurement of breast lesion display luminance and overall image display luminance relative to optimum luminance for contrast perceptionBourne, Roger; Brennan, Patrick; McEntee, Mark; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Reed, Warren; Lee, Warwick; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesMeasurement of breast lesion display luminance and overall image display luminance relative to optimum luminance for contrast perception, Medical Imaging 2011: Image Perception, Observer Performance, and Technology Assessment - Proceedings of SPIE Volume: 7966, vol.7966, 2011, pp. N/A-N/A
2013Quantitative Measures Confirm the Inverse Relationship between Lesion Spiculation and Detection of Breast MassesBourne, Roger; Brennan, Patrick; Pietrzyk, Mariusz; Rawashdeh, Mohammad; Reed, Warren; Ryan, Elaine; Borecky, Natacha; Lee, Warwick; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences; Medical Imaging and Radiation SciencesQuantitative Measures Confirm the Inverse Relationship between Lesion Spiculation and Detection of Breast Masses, Academic Radiology, vol.20, 5, 2013,pp 576-580