Evaluation of inter-observer variation for computed tomography identification of childhood interstitial lung disease

Joseph Jacob, Catherine M Owens, Alan S Brody, Thomas Semple, Tom A Watson, Alistair Calder, Pilar Garcia-Peña, Paolo Toma, Anand Devaraj, Henry Walton, Antonio Moreno-Galdó, Paul Aurora, Alexandra Rice, Timothy J Vece, Steve Cunningham, Andre Altmann, Athol U Wells, Andrew G Nicholson, Andrew Bush

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Making chILD diagnoses on CT is poorly reproducible, even amongst sub-specialists. CT might best improve diagnostic confidence in a multidisciplinary team setting when augmented with clinical, functional and haematological results. http://bit.ly/327jRCw.

Original languageEnglish
JournalERJ Open Research
Volume5
Issue number3
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Publication statusPublished - Jul 2019

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Evaluation of inter-observer variation for computed tomography identification of childhood interstitial lung disease. / Jacob, Joseph; Owens, Catherine M; Brody, Alan S; Semple, Thomas; Watson, Tom A; Calder, Alistair; Garcia-Peña, Pilar; Toma, Paolo; Devaraj, Anand; Walton, Henry; Moreno-Galdó, Antonio; Aurora, Paul; Rice, Alexandra; Vece, Timothy J; Cunningham, Steve; Altmann, Andre; Wells, Athol U; Nicholson, Andrew G; Bush, Andrew.

In: ERJ Open Research, Vol. 5, No. 3, 07.2019.

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Jacob, J, Owens, CM, Brody, AS, Semple, T, Watson, TA, Calder, A, Garcia-Peña, P, Toma, P, Devaraj, A, Walton, H, Moreno-Galdó, A, Aurora, P, Rice, A, Vece, TJ, Cunningham, S, Altmann, A, Wells, AU, Nicholson, AG & Bush, A 2019, 'Evaluation of inter-observer variation for computed tomography identification of childhood interstitial lung disease', ERJ Open Research, vol. 5, no. 3. https://doi.org/10.1183/23120541.00100-2019
Jacob, Joseph ; Owens, Catherine M ; Brody, Alan S ; Semple, Thomas ; Watson, Tom A ; Calder, Alistair ; Garcia-Peña, Pilar ; Toma, Paolo ; Devaraj, Anand ; Walton, Henry ; Moreno-Galdó, Antonio ; Aurora, Paul ; Rice, Alexandra ; Vece, Timothy J ; Cunningham, Steve ; Altmann, Andre ; Wells, Athol U ; Nicholson, Andrew G ; Bush, Andrew. / Evaluation of inter-observer variation for computed tomography identification of childhood interstitial lung disease. In: ERJ Open Research. 2019 ; Vol. 5, No. 3.
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