Biostatistics for Radiologists

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Biostatistics for Radiologists
Author : Francesco Sardanelli
File Size : 43,7 Mb
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Language : English
Release Date : 31 March 2009
ISBN : 9788847011335
Pages : 231 pages
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Biostatistics for Radiologists by Francesco Sardanelli Book PDF Summary

The aim of this book is to present statistical problems and methods in a friendly way to radiologists, emphasizing statistical issues and methods most frequently used in radiological studies (e.g., nonparametric tests, analysis of intra- and interobserver reproducibility, comparison of sensitivity and specificity among different imaging modality, difference between clinical and screening application of diagnostic tests, ect.). The tests will be presented starting from a radiological "problem" and all examples of statistical methods applications will be "radiological".

Biostatistics for Radiologists

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