To describe the implementation of a Teaching File System (TFS) using MIRC (Medical Imaging Resource Center) in a third-level public hospital and review the advantages of a file case archive.
Radiology departments are managing large amounts of information daily; how it is stored constitutes an important task,
as information needs to be retrieved both easily and in a powerful way. Organizing and storing data is important as it can be used for several purposes: Personal storage: as your own file case,
to save interesting or difficult cases. Teaching and learning: we can use these files to build a presentation or a lecture easily,
or for clinical daily sessions. Follow up: we can use...
Findings and procedure details
In an attempt to homogenize the way radiologists store information,
our institution has implemented a file case archive using MIRC (Medical Imaging Resource Center),
an existing free software developed by RSNA (Radiological Society of North America). Fig. 3 As we said,
numerous advantages are offered with a standard storing information system,
including teaching and research capabilities,
user-friendliness and sustainability over time. We will explain the step-by-step...
The creation of a Teaching File System (TFS) can be helpful at gathering information,
allowing Radiology departments to be more productive in order to give better care to our patients.
Radiology resident. Hospital Universitario Virgen de la Arrixaca,
- RSNA MIRC Project:http://mirc.rsna.org/ - RSNA MIRC WIKI:https://mircwiki.rsna.org/index.php - Use of MIRC DICOM Service for Clinical Trials to Automatically Create Teaching File Cases from PACS.
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MIRC: Implementación en hospital de la Princesa.