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identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon

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In some instances, physical specimens were received by DPDx even after a confident telediagnosis was made, although the physical specimens were not requested; and follow-up testing of those physical specimens resulted in a diagnosis that was discordant with the original telemicroscopic diagnosis 7% (5 of 71) of the time.
The results obtained in the present study under the <<store and forward>> methodology were analyzed with the purpose of evaluating concordance between the telediagnosis and <<face to face>> diagnosis given by the same observer (using the web application of teledermatology and in direct contact with the patient).
1974 Video Requirements NASA and SCI Systems for Remote Medical of Houston conduct a Diagnosis study to determine the minimal television system requirements for telediagnosis.
Lou et al (16) reported a full-field direct digital mammography (FFDDM) telemammography system that incorporated telediagnosis, teleconsultation, and telemanagement.
The purpose is to implement the telediagnosis and prospective telesurgical treatment of fetal diseases on a global scale in the hope of braking the sharp decline in the Japanese birth rate.
You can e-mail a digital image to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for telediagnosis, and if necessary download guidelines for treatment from its new malaria Web site, Phuc Nguyen-Dinh, M.
This category includes teleconsultation with fellow medical professionals to get a second opinion as well as telediagnosis and telesurgery by remote doctors and surgeons.
Sobczyk and colleagues (1993) studied the accuracy of telediagnosis for pediatric echocardiography.
Take Tripler Hospital--they're doing telediagnosis right now.
It means telemarketing, teleshopping, telediagnosis, teletraining, telebanking and teledelivery.
Given the large disease burden associated with TB and HIV, in particular, cost-effective and sustainable imaging solutions at the primary level of healthcare - with telediagnosis as an added value extension - will result in significant gains in the quality of care delivered, thanks to earlier diagnosis and commencement of treatment.
Another integral role NASA played in the advancement of telemedicine occurred in 1974 when a study was conducted with SCI Systems of Houston to determine the minimal television system requirements for accurate telediagnosis (Telemedicine Research Center, 1997).
Of the physicians polled, only 39 percent have access to some form of telemedicine, Eighty-two percent of physicians, however, believe telediagnosis will break geographical barriers to quality healthcare.