I suggest you take a look at the terms I suggested adding to RadLex below.
Will these terms I propose work for you? In terms of encoding probably of malignancy, I'll ask Pat about whether there's a way to do that in AIM.
At 07:52 AM 2/19/2009, Langlotz, Curtis wrote:
>I agree with your comments. "Likelihood of malignancy" sounds like a
>more general version of BI-RADS, which has worked well in breast
>imaging and I do think we will need in RadLex. I expect that the
>structured reporting groups focused on oncology will want to
>incorporate something similar into their reports.
> > John,
> > I've looked at your spreadsheet wrt incorporating LIDC terms into
> > Radlex. I think we can accommodate nearly all the terms, but I'd
> > suggest a few term naming changes to be consistent with other terms
> > in Radlex (Curt--pls look at my comments and I welcome hearing your
> > thoughts)
> > These terms which overlap with some of the LIDC terms are in radlex:
> > Spiculated margin
> > Margin characteristic
> > Lobulated margin
> > Calcification
> > These LIDC terms are not in RadLex:
> > Subtlety
> > Sphericity
> > Texture
> > Internal Structure
> > Likelihood of Malignancy
> > If "subtlety" refers to margin, we could add a term to radlex called
> > "subtle margin"
> > We can also add "spherical", "texture" and "internal substance" to
> > radlex.
> > Likelihood of malignancy doesn't seem to be appropriate for radlex.
> > Curt--did we have a similar term in radlex?
> > Daniel
> > At 01:13 PM 2/18/2009, Freymann, John (NIH/NCI) [Imaging:C] wrote:
> > >Daniel -
> > >
> > >1. I've attached an excel spreadsheet containing the caDSR
> > >information for 9 terms from LIDC we would like to be included in
> > >RADLEX. Please review and let me know if you need more information.