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This is a "connection" page, showing publications co-authored by Steven Montner and Maryellen L. Giger.

 
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0.128
 
  1. Yoshimura H, Xu XW, Doi K, MacMahon H, Hoffmann KR, Giger ML, Montner SM. Development of a high quality film duplication system using a laser digitizer: comparison with computed radiography. Med Phys. 1993 Jan-Feb; 20(1):51-8.
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    Score: 0.034
  2. Matsumoto T, Yoshimura H, Doi K, Giger ML, Kano A, MacMahon H, Abe K, Montner SM. Image feature analysis of false-positive diagnoses produced by automated detection of lung nodules. Invest Radiol. 1992 Aug; 27(8):587-97.
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    Score: 0.033
  3. Yoshimura H, Giger ML, Doi K, MacMahon H, Montner SM. Computerized scheme for the detection of pulmonary nodules. A nonlinear filtering technique. Invest Radiol. 1992 Feb; 27(2):124-9.
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    Score: 0.032
  4. Matsumoto T, Yoshimura H, Giger ML, Doi K, MacMahon H, Montner SM, Nakanishi T. Potential usefulness of computerized nodule detection in screening programs for lung cancer. Invest Radiol. 1992 Jun; 27(6):471-5.
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    Score: 0.008
  5. MacMahon H, Sanada S, Doi K, Giger M, Xu XW, Yin FF, Montner SM, Carlin M. Direct comparison of conventional and computed radiography with a dual-image recording technique. Radiographics. 1991 Mar; 11(2):259-68.
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    Score: 0.007
  6. MacMahon H, Doi K, Sanada S, Montner SM, Giger ML, Metz CE, Nakamori N, Yin FF, Xu XW, Yonekawa H, et al. Data compression: effect on diagnostic accuracy in digital chest radiography. Radiology. 1991 Jan; 178(1):175-9.
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    Score: 0.007
  7. Asada N, Doi K, MacMahon H, Montner SM, Giger ML, Abe C, Wu Y. Potential usefulness of an artificial neural network for differential diagnosis of interstitial lung diseases: pilot study. Radiology. 1990 Dec; 177(3):857-60.
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    Score: 0.007
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