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Lectures

1. Skin edge perception in mammograms.

15th UKMPG Meeting, Nottingham City Hospital, 8th. February 1999.

A summary of this work is available on request.

2. Quantitative assessment of image quality in mammograms.

Medical Physics Departmental Meeting, Royal Surrey County Hospital, 14th. July 1999.

3. Latitude requirements in mammography.

IPEM Mammography Physics Training Meeting, University of York, 19th. July 2000.

4. Image properties of false negative and true positive cancers in screening mammograms.

18th UKMPG Meeting, Northampton General Hospital, 12th July 2001.

 

Posters

1. Symposium Mammographicum 1998 - University of York

Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Analysis of density and contrast in mammograms.

Poster pdf file

2. ECR 1999 - Vienna, Austria

Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Quantification of optical density and latitude requirements in mammography.

Poster pdf file

3. Research Evening 1999 - Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Quantification of optical density and latitude requirements in mammography.

PowerPoint animation: Meeson S. Quantitative assessment of image quality in mammograms.

4. ECR 2000 - Vienna Austria

Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Optical density and latitude requirements of high contrast mammography films.

Poster pdf file

5. Research Evening 2000 - Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford

Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Optical density and latitude requirements of high contrast mammography films.

PowerPoint animation: Meeson S. Image features of true positive and false negative interval cancers in screening mammograms.

6. Symposium Mammographicum 2002 - University of York

Meeson S, Young KC, Wallis MG, Cooke J, Cummin A, Ramsdale ML. Image features of true positive and false negative cancers in screening mammograms.

Poster pdf file

 

Scientific Papers

1. Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Analysis of optical density and contrast in mammograms.Br. J. Radiol. 1999;72:670-677. Abstract

2. Meeson S, Young KC, Cooke J. Skin edge perception in mammograms : a comparison of two film screen combinations.Br. J. Radiol. 2000;73:370-375. Abstract. Figure 1 from this paper appeared on the front cover of the printed journal.

3. Young KC, King S, Meeson S, Ramsdale ML, Cooke J, Wallis MG. Auditing the image quality of mammograms.Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 2000;90:279-282. Abstract

4. Meeson S, Young KC, Rust A, Wallis MG, Cooke J, Ramsdale ML. Implications of using high contrast mammography X-ray film screen combinations. Br. J. Radiol. 2001;74:825-835. Abstract

5. Meeson S, Young KC, Hollaway PB, Wallis MG. Procedure for quantitatively assessing automatic exposure control in mammography: a study of the GE Senographe 600 TS. Br. J. Radiol. 2001;74:615-620. Abstract

6. Meeson S, Young KC, Wallis MG, Cooke J, Cummin A, Ramsdale ML. Image features of true positive and false negative cancers in screening mammography. Br. J. Radiol. 2003;76:13-21. Abstract

Phys. Med. Biol. and Physiol. Meas. are available via IOP electronic journals

Br. J. Radiol. is available via BJR on-line

 

Published Abstracts

1. Meeson S, Young KC, Ramsdale ML, Wallis MG, Cooke J. Analysis of density and contrast in mammograms.Imaging (Symposium Mammographicum 98). 1998;10:38.

2. Meeson S, Young KC, Wallis MG, Cooke J, Cummin A, Ramsdale ML. Image features of true positive and false negative cancers in screening mammograms. Breast Cancer Res. 2002;4(Suppl I):38.

 

Published Reports

1. Meeson S, Young KC. Quantification of mammographic image quality in the NHSBSP, NHSBSP Publication No. 99/2. Sheffield (UK): NHSBSP, 1999.

2. Meeson S, Young KC. Image features of true positive and false negative cancers in screening mammograms, NHSBSP Publication No. 01/07. Sheffield (UK): NHSBSP, 2001.

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