The calculations of the results of radioiodine diagnostic examinations, the classification of the results obtained, their textual expression and the elaboration of the findings were performed by the authors by means of a computer. The computer program worked out for the purpose and the experiences are discussed. When 1000 findings obtained by subjective evaluation were subsequently controlled by mechanical appraisal, errors of nearly 20% were found with the former method. On the basis of the satisfactory results obtained by the routine computer method, the authors advocate the use of computers.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 1974|
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