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  Year: 2001 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 2 | Pages: 111-113
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  TELERADIOLOGY AT MILITARY MEDICAL ACADEMY: PRESENT AND FUTURE
Bogdan PUTNIK, Goran PETKOVIC, Miodrag VUKOBRATOVIC, Djordje JELIC
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  Development of teleradiology in the Institute of Radiology, Military Medical Academy (MMA) started in the late nineties. Leading aims of this project were the reduction of working expenses and improvement of educational system. Radiological information system (RIS) was based on our software and much more sophisticated network than previous one of Hospital information system (HIS). The quality of this network enabled original solution to the problem of image acquisition. In the Institute of Radiology, MMA, this process was performed with frame grabber card, made for the use on both high-resolution radiological machines and real-time image machines (cine mod) In this way we connected five machines in a network with two of them in dynamic code. It is very important to emphasize that the whole system works without server application, which means in Windows frames. This provides simple approach to the database by PC work station. Acquisitive image is then processed by our software. The combination of hardware and software that we use fulfills all accepted standards in this area. Images that are standardized in this way, can be stored and analyzed in data base or can be manipulated by the means of digital communications such as e-mail, Internet, intranet and telemedicine. What we always have to bear in mind is the protection of data base, especially when we know that PC workstations are used in intranet as well as in Internet.
  Key words: Radiology Information System; Teleradiology; Image Processing, Computer-Assisted
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