Multi-Dimensional Intelligence Integrated Server For Distributed Picture Archiving And Communication Systems

Fuk Tang, A Lee, Lawrence WC Chan, Maria YY Law

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Abstract

A coordination server (CS) is developed to integrate PACS servers distributed at different locations using web-based technology to facilitate data inter-change while the autonomy of individual PACS servers is preserved. In addition to ad-hoc information query and retrieval from the CS servers both at local and remote sites, an intelligence-enhanced program for automatic detection can be pushed from the CS to the PACS servers distributed at different locations to detect incidence of the disease at their location. When a case is detected in a distributed server, the result is sent back to the CS where a directory is created to keep track of patient records. Then the incidence of the disease in that location can be known.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Radiological Society of North America 90th Scientific Assembly
Pages827-827
Number of pages1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventThe Radiological Society of North America 90th Scientific Assembly - Chicago, Illinois, US, New Zealand
Duration: 28 Nov 200403 Dec 2004

Conference

ConferenceThe Radiological Society of North America 90th Scientific Assembly
CountryNew Zealand
Period28/11/0403/12/04

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    Tang, F., Lee, A., Chan, L. WC., & Law, M. YY. (2004). Multi-Dimensional Intelligence Integrated Server For Distributed Picture Archiving And Communication Systems. In The Radiological Society of North America 90th Scientific Assembly (pp. 827-827) https://doi.org/10.1148/radiol.2322042531