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Long NameImage Administration NCI Standard Template
DefinitionThe collection of CDEs used in the Image Administration modules.
ContextcaBIG
Protocol Long NameNCI Standard Template Forms
WorkflowDRAFT NEW
TypeCRF
Public ID3919305
Version1.0
Module Long NameModule InstructionsQuestionCDECDE Public IDCDE VersionValue Domain Data TypeValue Domain Unit of MeasureDisplay FormatValid ValueForm Value Meaning TextForm Value Meaning Desc.
Mandatory Image Administration QuestionsThese items must be included when this data is collected for reporting.
Date of ImagingImage Procedure Date34344931.0DATEMM/DD/YYYY
Optional Image Administration QuestionsThere is no requirement for inclusion of these elements on the case report form. If the design and scientific questions posed in the study dictates the need to collect this type of data, these elements should be included.
Date of previous imagingImage Previous Procedure Date38003271.0DATEMM/DD/YYYY
Time pointAssessment Period Type20037574.0CHARACTER
0-6 hr0-6 hr0-6 hr
111
1 month post RT Completion1 month post RT Completion1 month post RT Completion
1 year1 year1 year
1 year from start of treatment1 year from start of treatment1 year from start of treatment
1 year post RT Completion1 year post RT Completion1 year post RT Completion
121212
12 months12 MONTHS12 MONTHS
12 months after randomization12 months after randomization12 months after randomization
12 months after RT12 months after radiation therapy12 months after radiation therapy
12 months after surgery12 months after surgery12 months after surgery
12 months from end of treatment12 months from end of treatment12 months from end of treatment
12 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy12 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy12 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy
12 months from start of treatment12 months from start of treatment12 months from start of treatment
12 months post randomization12 Months Post Randomization12 Months Post Randomization
12-20 hr12-20 hr12-20 hr
12-Month Follow-up12-Month Follow-up12-Month Follow-up
13 Week13 Week13 Week
13 weeks post randomization13 weeks post randomization13 weeks post randomization
13-20 hr13-20 hr13-20 hr
15 months15 Months Post Registration15 Months Post Registration
16 +/- 2 weeks following initiation of treatment16 +/- 2 weeks following initiation of treatment16 +/- 2 weeks following initiation of treatment
18 months18 MONTHS18 MONTHS
18 months after randomization18 months after randomization18 months after randomization
18 months after study entry18 months after study entry18 months after study entry
18 months after surgery18 months after surgery18 months after surgery
18 months from start of treatment18 months from start of treatment18 months from start of treatment
18 Months Post Randomization18 Months Post Randomization18 Months Post Randomization
18 weeks18 weeks18 weeks
18-Month Follow-up18-Month Follow-up18-Month Follow-up
1st Followup1st Followup1st Followup
2 days prior to registration2 days prior to registration2 days prior to registration
2 years from start of treatment2 years from start of treatment2 years from start of treatment
2 years post RT Completion2 years post RT Completion2 years post RT Completion
20-24 hr20-24 hr20-24 hr
21 months21 Months Post Registration21 Months Post Registration
21-24 hr21-24 hr21-24 hr
242424
24 months24 MONTHS24 MONTHS
24 months after randomization24 months after randomization24 months after randomization
24 months after surgery24 months after surgery24 months after surgery
24 months from end of treatment24 months from end of treatment24 months from end of treatment
24 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy24 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy24 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy
24 months post randomization24 Months Post Randomization24 Months Post Randomization
24-Month Follow-up24-Month Follow-up24-Month Follow-up
25 weeks post randomization25 weeks post randomization25 weeks post randomization
26 Week26 Week26 Week
333
3 months3 MONTHS3 MONTHS
3 months after randomization3 months after randomization3 months after randomization
3 months after RT3 months after RT3 months after RT
3 months from end of treatment3 months from end of treatment3 months from end of treatment
3 months from start of treatment3 months from start of treatment3 months from start of treatment
3 Months Post Randomization3 Months Post Randomization3 Months Post Randomization
3 year3 year3 year
3 years post RT Completion3 years post RT Completion3 years post RT Completion
3-4 weeks after last chemotherapy cycle3-4 weeks after last chemotherapy cycle3-4 weeks after last chemotherapy cycle
3-5 weeks after surgery3-5 weeks after surgery3-5 weeks after surgery
3-Month Follow-up3-Month Follow-up3-Month Follow-up
30 months30 MONTHS30 MONTHS
30 months after surgery30 months after surgery30 months after surgery
30 months from start of treatment30 months from start of treatment30 months from start of treatment
30-Month Follow-up30-Month Follow-up30-Month Follow-up
363636
36 months36 MONTHS36 MONTHS
36 months after surgery36 months after surgery36 months after surgery
36 months post randomization36 Months Post Randomization36 Months Post Randomization
36-Month Follow-up36-Month Follow-up36-Month Follow-up
39 Week39 Week39 Week
4 weeks post-surgery4 weeks post-surgery4 weeks post-surgery
4-6 weeks after surgery4-6 weeks after surgery4-6 weeks after surgery
48 months post randomization48 Months Post Randomization48 Months Post Randomization
49 weeks post randomization49 weeks post randomization49 weeks post randomization
52 Week52 Week52 Week
666
6 months6 MONTHS6 MONTHS
6 months after randomization6 months after randomization6 months after randomization
6 months after RT6 months of radiation therapy6 months of radiation therapy
6 months after surgery6 months after surgery6 months after surgery
6 months from end of treatment6 months from end of treatment6 months from end of treatment
6 Months Post Randomization6 Months Post Randomization6 Months Post Randomization
6 months post RT Completion6 months post RT Completion6 months post RT Completion
6 weeks after start of study therapy6 weeks after start of study therapy6 weeks after start of study therapy
6-12 hr6-12 hr6-12 hr
6-8 weeks post chemo/RT6-8 weeks post chemo/RT6-8 weeks post chemo/RT
6-Month Follow-up6-Month Follow-up6-Month Follow-up
60 months after RT60 months after radiation therapy60 months after radiation therapy
60 months post randomization60 Months Post Randomization60 Months Post Randomization
7-12 hr7-12 hr7-12 hr
8 +/- 1 weeks following initiation of treatment8 +/- 1 weeks following initiation of treatment8 +/- 1 weeks following initiation of treatment
9 months9 MONTHS9 MONTHS
9 months after randomization9 months after randomization9 months after randomization
9 months from baseline9 MONTHS FROM BASELINE9 MONTHS FROM BASELINE
9 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy9 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy9 months from start of ARM 1 or ARM 2 therapy
AA10 - 21 days after the last dose of AC
A-RA-RRepeat LVEF assessment 6 weeks after Time Point A
Active Treatment, Current CycleActive Treatment, Current CycleActive Treatment, Current Cycle
Active Treatment, Every 3 MonthsActive Treatment, Every 3 MonthsActive Treatment, Every 3 Months
AdjuvantAdjuvantAn agent that enhances the activity or therapeutic effect of another pharmacologic substance without having much, if any, therapeutic impact by itself.
Adjuvant ChemotherapyADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPYADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY
After 4 post-operative doses of bevacizumabAfter 4 post-operative doses of bevacizumabAfter 4 post-operative doses of bevacizumab
After 6 weeks of treatmentAfter 6 weeks of treatmentAfter 6 weeks of treatment
After cycle 6After cycle 6After cycle 6
After randomization but before study therapy beginsAfter randomization but before study therapy beginsAfter randomization but before study therapy begins
At completion of chemoradiationAt completion of chemoradiationAt completion of chemoradiation
At completion of planned preoperative systemic therapyAt completion of planned preoperative systemic therapyAt completion of planned preoperative systemic therapy
At end of RTAt end of RTAt end of RT
At time patient discontinues treatmentAt time patient discontinues treatmentAt time patient discontinues treatment
BB3 months following randomization
B-RB-RRepeat LVEF assessment 3 weeks after Time Point B
baselineBaselineBaseline; an imaginary standard by which things are measured or compared.
Baseline (within 30 days prior to surgery)Baseline (within 30 days prior to surgery)Baseline (within 30 days prior to surgery)
Baseline/PreRTBaseline/PreRTBaseline/PreRT
Before preoperative systemic therapyBefore preoperative systemic therapyBefore preoperative systemic therapy
Before SurgeryBefore SurgeryEarlier in time or order.: A diagnostic or treatment procedure performed by manual and/or instrumental means, often involving an incision and the removal or replacement of a diseased organ or tissue; of or relating to or involving or used in surgery or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery.
CC6 months following randomization
C-RC-RRepeat LVEF assessment 3 weeks after Time Point C
ChemotherapyChemotherapyThe use of synthetic or naturally-occurring chemicals for the treatment of diseases. Although this term may be used to describe any therapy involving the use of chemical-based agents, it is most commonly used to refer to the variety of chemical-based agents employed to treat cancer. Cancer chemotherapy works by arresting or killing the growth and spread of cancer cells. Because cancer cells usually divide much faster than normal cells, they are often very sensitive to the inhibitory actions of chemotherapeutic agents. Chemotherapy may also include agents that enhance immune function or alter hormonal activity. (NCI04)
Cycle 1 day 1Cycle 1 day 1Cycle 1 day 1
Cycle 1 day 15Cycle 1 day 15Cycle 1 day 15
DD9 months following randomization
D-RD-RRepeat LVEF assessment 3 weeks after Time Point D
Day 0Day 0Day 0
Day 1Day 1Day 1
Day 1 +12 hrsDay 1 +12 hrsDay 1 +12 hrs
Day 1 +2 hrsDay 1 +2 hrsDay 1 +2 hrs
Day 1 +20 hrsDay 1 +20 hrsDay 1 +20 hrs
Day 1 +24 hrsDay 1 +24 hrsDay 1 +24 hrs
Day 1 +30 minDay 1 +30 minDay 1 +30 min
Day 1 +4 hrsDay 1 +4 hrsDay 1 +4 hrs
Day 1 +45 minDay 1 +45 minDay 1 +45 min
Day 1 +60 minDay 1 +60 minDay 1 +60 min
Day 1 +8 hrsDay 1 +8 hrsDay 1 +8 hrs
Day 1 +90 minDay 1 +90 minDay 1 +90 min
Day 1 of Cycle 4Day 1 of Cycle 4Day 1 of Cycle 4
Day 1 of Midostaurin/placeboDay 1 of Midostaurin/placeboDay 1 of Midostaurin/placebo
Day 1 Pre-doseDay 1 Pre-doseDay 1 Pre-dose
Day 1, Dose 1Day 1, Dose 1Day 1, Dose 1
Day 1, Dose 2Day 1, Dose 2Day 1, Dose 2
Day 113Day 113Day 113
Day 14Day 14Day 14
Day 14 of Midostaurin/placeboDay 14 of Midostaurin/placeboDay 14 of Midostaurin/placebo
Day 15Day 15Day 15
Day 2Day 2Day 2
Day 22Day 22Day 22
Day 29Day 29Day 29
Day 3Day 3Day 3
Day 3 of Midostaurin/placeboDay 3 of Midostaurin/placeboDay 3 of Midostaurin/placebo
Day 3, Dose 1Day 3, Dose 1Day 3, Dose 1
Day 3, Dose 2Day 3, Dose 2Day 3, Dose 2
Day 30Day 30Day 30 Timepoint
Day 36 +12 hrsDay 36 +12 hrsDay 36 +12 hrs
Day 36 +2 hrsDay 36 +2 hrsDay 36 +2 hrs
Day 36 +20 hrsDay 36 +20 hrsDay 36 +20 hrs
Day 36 +24 hrsDay 36 +24 hrsDay 36 +24 hrs
Day 36 +30 minDay 36 +30 minDay 36 +30 min
Day 36 +4 hrsDay 36 +4 hrsDay 36 +4 hrs
Day 36 +45 minDay 36 +45 minDay 36 +45 min
Day 36 +60 minDay 36 +60 minDay 36 +60 min
Day 36 +8 hrsDay 36 +8 hrsDay 36 +8 hrs
Day 36 +90 minDay 36 +90 minDay 36 +90 min
Day 36 Pre-doseDay 36 Pre-doseDay 36 Pre-dose
Day 4Day 4Day 4
Day 43Day 43Day 43
Day 5Day 5Day 5
Day 5, Dose 1Day 5, Dose 1Day 5, Dose 1
Day 5, Dose 2Day 5, Dose 2Day 5, Dose 2
Day 57Day 57Day 57
Day 6Day 6Day 6
Day 7Day 7Day 7 Timepoint
Day 8Day 8Day 8
Day before surgerySurgical Procedure Prior DayA diagnostic or treatment procedure performed by manual and/or instrumental means, often involving an incision and the removal or replacement of a diseased organ or tissue; of or relating to or involving or used in surgery or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery.: Earlier in time or order.: The time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; ordinarily divided into twenty-four hours, equal to 86 400 seconds. This also refers to a specific day.
Days 8-36Days 8-36Days 8-36
During preoperative systemic therapyDuring preoperative systemic therapyDuring preoperative systemic therapy
EE12 months following randomization
Early TerminationEarly TerminationEarly Termination
End of Treatmentend of treatmentthe end of treatment.
FFAny time through 10 years following randomization when a non-protocol specified LVEF assessment has been performed because the patient has signs or symptoms of CHF
FinalFinalFinal
Five year follow-upFive year follow-upFive year follow-up
Follow upFollow upFollow up
GGDuring Cardiac Report Follow-up if Time Points A, B, C, D, or E do not apply
Last week of RTLast week of radiation therapyLast week of radiation therapy
Less than or equal to 3 weeks prior to registrationLess than or equal to 3 weeks prior to registrationLess than or equal to 3 weeks prior to registration
Month 12Month 12Month 12
Month 18Month 18Month 18
Month 24Month 24Month 24
Month 3Month 3Month 3
Month 6Month 6Month 6
Month 9Month 9Month 9
Morning of surgerySurgical Procedure MorningA diagnostic or treatment procedure performed by manual and/or instrumental means, often involving an incision and the removal or replacement of a diseased organ or tissue; of or relating to or involving or used in surgery or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery.: The time period between dawn and noon.
MRI Scan 1First Magnetic Resonance Imaging ScanPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Imaging that uses radiofrequency waves and a strong magnetic field rather than x-rays to provide amazingly clear and detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. The technique is valuable for the diagnosis of many pathologic conditions, including cancer, heart and vascular disease, stroke, and joint and musculoskeletal disorders. : The data or image obtained by gathering information with a sensing device.
MRI Scan 2Second Magnetic Resonance Imaging ScanComing next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude.: Imaging that uses radiofrequency waves and a strong magnetic field rather than x-rays to provide amazingly clear and detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. The technique is valuable for the diagnosis of many pathologic conditions, including cancer, heart and vascular disease, stroke, and joint and musculoskeletal disorders. : The data or image obtained by gathering information with a sensing device.
NadirNadirNadir
NeoadjuvantNeoadjuvant TherapyTreatment given as a first step to shrink a tumor before the main treatment, which is usually surgery, is given. Examples of neoadjuvant therapy include chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and hormone therapy. It is a type of induction therapy.
ObservationObservationObservation; watching something and taking note of what happens.
One year follow-upOne year follow-upOne year follow-up
OtherOTHER SPECIFYOTHER SPECIFY
OtherOtherNot otherwise specified.
Other follow-upsother followupother followup
Other time point during first two years following study entryOther time point during first two years following study entryOther time point during first two years following study entry
Post ARM 1 or ARM 2 systemic therapyPost ARM 1 or ARM 2 systemic therapyPost ARM 1 or ARM 2 systemic therapy
Post chemotherapyPost-ChemotherapyNo Value Exists
Post neoadjuvant chemotherapyPost Neoadjuvant TherapyPost; occuring after.: Treatment designed to be used as a first step toward shrinking the cancer and in evaluating response to drugs and other agents. Induction therapy is followed by additional therapy to eliminate whatever cancer remains.
Post operative (week 4-6)Post operative (week 4-6)Post operative (week 4-6)
Post treatmentPost Therapeutic ProcedureHappening at a time subsequent to a reference time; later in time or order.: An action or administration of therapeutic agents to produce an effect that is intended to alter the course of a pathologic process.
Post-adjuvant cycle 6Post-adjuvant cycle 6Post-adjuvant cycle 6
Post-consolidationPost-consolidationPost-consolidation
Post-InterventionPost-InterventionPost-Intervention
Post-surgeryPOST-SURGERYPOST-SURGERY
Postoperative BevacizumabPostoperative BevacizumabPostoperative Bevacizumab
Pre-adjuvant cycle 1Pre-adjuvant cycle 1Pre-adjuvant cycle 1
Pre-adjuvant cycle 4Pre-adjuvant cycle 4Pre-adjuvant cycle 4
Pre-consolidationPre-consolidationPre-consolidation
Pre-dosePre-dose MeasureA measure that relates specifically to the last value collected prior to the time of the first dose of a treatment.
Pre-InterventionPre-interventionPre-intervention
Pre-maintenance cycle 1Pre-maintenance cycle 1Pre-maintenance cycle 1
Pre-maintenance cycle 2Pre-maintenance cycle 2Pre-maintenance cycle 2
Pre-maintenance cycle 3Pre-maintenance cycle 3Pre-maintenance cycle 3
Pre-maintenance cycle 4Pre-maintenance cycle 4Pre-maintenance cycle 4
Pre-maintenance cycle 5Pre-maintenance cycle 5Pre-maintenance cycle 5
Pre-maintenance cycle 6Pre-maintenance cycle 6Pre-maintenance cycle 6
Pre-surgeryPRE-SURGERYPRE-SURGERY
Preoperative BevacizumabPreoperative BevacizumabPreoperative Bevacizumab
PretreatmentPretreatmentPredating the onset of protocol treatment or intervention.
Pretreatment-BaselinePretreatment-BaselineThe time prior to the treatment of interest.: Baseline; an imaginary standard by which things are measured or compared.
Prior to cycle 4Prior to cycle 4Prior to cycle 4
Prior to randomizationPRIOR TO RANDOMIZATIONProtocol timepoint before patient information is submitted for random assignment to a treatment arm
ProgressionProgressionProgression
RegistrationRegistrationRegistration; the act of enrolling.
RelapseRelapseThe return of signs and symptoms of cancer after a period of improvement.
Repeat MRI Scan 1Repeat First Magnetic Resonance Imaging ScanMake or do or perform again.: Preceding all others in time or space or degree.: Imaging that uses radiofrequency waves and a strong magnetic field rather than x-rays to provide amazingly clear and detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. The technique is valuable for the diagnosis of many pathologic conditions, including cancer, heart and vascular disease, stroke, and joint and musculoskeletal disorders. : The data or image obtained by gathering information with a sensing device.
Repeat MRI Scan 2Repeat Second Magnetic Resonance Imaging ScanMake or do or perform again.: Coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude.: Imaging that uses radiofrequency waves and a strong magnetic field rather than x-rays to provide amazingly clear and detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. The technique is valuable for the diagnosis of many pathologic conditions, including cancer, heart and vascular disease, stroke, and joint and musculoskeletal disorders. : The data or image obtained by gathering information with a sensing device.
ScreeningScreeningA systematic examination or assessment.
Third week of RTThird week of radiation therapyThird week of radiation therapy
Three months from baselineThree months from baselineThree months from baseline
Time of randomizationRANDOMIZATIONRANDOMIZATION
Time of surgerySurgeryA specialty in which manual or operative procedures are used in the treatment of disease, injuries, or deformities.
TrastuzumabTrastuzumabA humanized recombinant monoclonal antibody directed against the HER2- receptor protein. Trastuzumab binds to the extracellular domain of the growth factor protein HER2, thereby inhibiting proliferation of HER2 overexpressing tumor cells. Binding with HER2 protein also initiates an antibody-dependent cell cytotoxicity.(NCI)
Twelve months from baselineTwelve months from baselineTwelve months from baseline
Twenty-four months from baselineTwenty-four months from baselineTwenty-four months from baseline
Week 10WEEK 10the tenth week
Week 12Week 12Week 12
Week 13Week 13Week 13
week 16 (arm A), week 15 (arm B)WEEK 16 (ARM A), WEEK 15 (ARM B)WEEK 16 (ARM A), WEEK 15 (ARM B)
Week 22Week 22Twenty-second week
Week 34Week 34Thirty-fourth week
Week 46Week 46Fourty-sixth week
week 6WEEK 6WEEK 6
Week 6 of RTWeek 6 of RTWeek 6 of Radiotherapy
Week 62Week 62Week sixty-two
Week 62Week 46Fourty-sixth week
Week 8WEEK 8the eighth week
Within 2 weeks prior to randomizationWithin 2 weeks prior to randomizationWithin 2 weeks prior to randomization
Wk1Week 1The first week
Wk2Week 2The second week
Wk3Week 3The third week
Year 1Year 1Year 1
Year 1-Month 12Year 1-Month 12Year 1-Month 12
Year 1-Month 6Year 1-Month 6Year 1 - Month 6
Year 10-Year 19Year 10-Year 19Year 10-Year 19
Year 2Year 2Year 2
Year 2-Month 12Year 2-Month 12Year 2-Month 12
Year 2-Month 6Year 2-Month 6Year 2-Month 6
Year 3Year 3Year 3
Year 3-Month 12Year 3-Month 12Year 3-Month 12
Year 3-Month 6Year 3-Month 6Year 3-Month 6
Year 4Year 4Year 4
Year 4-Month 12Year 4-Month 12Year 4-Month 12
Year 4-Month 6Year 4-Month 6Year 4-Month 6
Year 5Year 5Year 5
Year 5-Year 9Year 5-Year 9Year 5-Year 9
Year 6Year 6Year 6
Yr 11 year1 year
Yr 1010 YEARS10 YEARS
Yr 1515 Years Post Registration180 Months (15 Years) Post Registration
Yr 44 YEARS4 YEARS
Yr 77 YEARS7 YEARS
Performed Imaging Instance TypePerformed Imaging Instance Code38579761.0CHARACTER
1PrimaryOccurring first in time or sequence; original; of greatest rank or importance or value.
2RepeatMake or do or perform again.
3ReproducibilityThe statistical reproducibility of measurements (often in a clinical context), including the testing of instrumentation or techniques to obtain reproducible results. The concept includes reproducibility of physiological measurements, which may be used to develop rules to assess probability or prognosis, or response to a stimulus; reproducibility of occurrence of a condition; and reproducibility of experimental results.
ModalityImage Modality Type37947491.0CHARACTER
CTComputed TomographyA method of examining body organs by scanning them with X rays and using a computer to construct a series of cross-sectional scans along a single axis.
DXADual-energy X-ray AbsorptometryA technique for scanning bone and measuring bone mineral density (BMD). A DXA scanner produces 2 X-ray beams, each with different energy levels. One beam is high energy while the other is low energy. The amount of x-rays that pass through the bone is measured for each beam. This will vary depending on the thickness of the bone. Based on the difference between the 2 beams, the bone density can be measured. (MedicineNet.com)
FLFluoroscopyExamination of the tissues and deep structures of the body by x-ray, using the fluoroscope, a device that produces an image when x-rays strike a fluorescent screen.
MRMagnetic Resonance ImagingImaging that uses radiofrequency waves and a strong magnetic field rather than x-rays to provide amazingly clear and detailed pictures of internal organs and tissues. The technique is valuable for the diagnosis of many pathologic conditions, including cancer, heart and vascular disease, stroke, and joint and musculoskeletal disorders.
PETPositron Emission TomographyA technique for measuring the gamma radiation produced by collisions of electrons and positrons (anti-electrons) within living tissue. In positron emission tomography (PET), a subject is given a dose of a positron-emitting radionuclide attached to a metabolically active substance (for example, 2-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose (FDG), which is similar to a naturally occurring sugar, glucose, with the addition of a radioactive fluorine atom). When living tissue containing the positron emitter is bombarded by electrons, gamma radiation produced by collisions of electrons and positrons is detected by a scanner, revealing in fine detail the tissue location of the metabolically-active substance administered.
RIRadiographyA radiographic procedure using the emission of x-rays to form an image of the structure penetrated by the radiation.
SPECTSpectroscopyThe technique of measuring the emission and absorption of different wavelengths (spectra) of visible and non-visible light. This can be done via a spectroscope, which consists of a slit, prism, collimator lens, object lens, and a grating.
USUltrasonographyA technique in which high-frequency sound waves are bounced off internal organs and the echo pattern is converted into a 2 dimensional picture of the structures beneath the transducer.
Image start timeImaging Procedure Start Time39063691.0TIMEhh:mm:ss
Time scan initiated: hourImage Acquisition Scan Begin Hour Value26139981.0NUMBER
Time scan initiated: minutesImage Acquisition Scan Begin Minute Value26140001.0NUMBER
Time scan initiated: secondsImage Acquisition Scan Begin Second Value26140021.0NUMBER
Image stop timeImaging Procedure Stop Time39068301.0TIMEhh:mm:ss
Time scan completed: hourImage Acquisition Scan Complete Hour Value26140081.0NUMBER
Time scan completed: minutesImage Acquisition Scan Complete Minute Value26140061.0NUMBER
Time scan completed: secondsImage Acquisition Scan Complete Partial Second Value26140041.0NUMBER
Date of interpretationImage Interpretation Event Date37946341.0DATEMM/DD/YYYY
Technologist IDImage Technologist Identifier25835531.0CHARACTER
Reader IDImage Reader Identifier33503861.0CHARACTER