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Title: 胃エックス線検査における精度向上を目指した間接撮影画像とデジタル画像の比較検討
Other Titles: Comparative study of indirect and digital radiography in gastric mass screening for improving the accuracy of examinations
Authors: 萩原, 常夫
倉石, 政彦
山田, 治三
佐藤, 一雄
有井, 功児
白石, 明久
Hagiwara, Tsuneo
Kuraishi, Masahiko
Yamada, Harumi
Sato, Kazuo
Arii, Koji
Shiraishi, Akihisa
Keywords: 胃集検
gastric mass screening
indirect radiography
digital radiography
rolling method in prone position
double contrast image
Issue Date: Mar-2006
Publisher: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学 
Citation: 群馬県立県民健康科学大学紀要 1,87-96,2006
Abstract: 《目的》胃集団検診におけるデジタルエックス線画像(以下DR)の機能を十分生かすための方法を検討する.《方法》職域胃集検の受診者(384名)について,間接撮影とDRの描写と検査成績を比較した.《結果》主な二重造影障害要因は,DRにおいては粘液残渣であり,間接撮影では蠕動であった.DRでは観察サイズが大きく,細部の観察が可能になるためであろう.DRにおいて検査精度を向上させるためには,十分なローリングによる粘液除去が必要である.《結論》DRの機能を十分生かすためには,従来以上に検査精度を向上させる方法を検討すべきである.たとえば粘液除去を図るローリング法の改善は一つの方法である.
Objectives: To investigate methods for maximizing the function of digital radiography (DR) in gastric mass screening. Methods: The images and examination results of 384 medical examiners were compared. Results: The most notable impeding factors in double contrast radiography were peristalsis on indirect radiography and mucus residue on DR. These factors were identified because DR has a broader scanning area than indirect radiograph and enables the observation of details. Sufficient removal of mucus residue using the rolling method was required in order to improve the accuracy of examinations. Conclusions: Methods for improving the accuracy of examinations, such as using the rolling method to remove mucus residue, should be used to maximize the function of DR.
Description: 原著
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/6628
ISSN: 1881-0691
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