Structured reporting of CTenterographyforinflammatory bowel disease: effect on key featurereporting, accuracy across training levels, and subjective assessment of disease by referring physicians

Structured reporting of CTenterographyforinflammatory bowel disease: effect on key... tation of 13 of 15 features including stricture (p < 0.001), Purpose: To compare the content and accuracy of fistula (p < 0.001), fluid collection (p = 0.003), and structured reporting (SR) versus non-structured report- perianal disease (p < 0.001). Among a subset of five ing (NSR) for computed tomographic enterography features, accuracy for diagnosing multifocal disease was (CTE) of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). minimally increased when using SR (76% NSR vs. 83% Materials and methods: This IRB-approved, HIPAA- SR; p = 0.01), but accuracy for other features was not compliant, retrospective study included 30 adult subjects affected by report type. Referring physicians significantly (15 male, 15 female; mean age 41.9 years) with IBD imaged preferred SR based on ease of information extraction with CTE. Nine radiologists (3 faculty, 3 abdominal (p < 0.01). imaging fellows, and 3 senior radiology residents) inde- Conclusion: Structured reporting of CTE for IBD im- pendently interpreted all examinations using both NSR proved documentation of key reporting features for and SR, separated by four weeks. Reports were assessed for trainees and faculty, though there was minimal impact documentation of 15 key reporting features and a subset of on accuracy. Referring physicians subjectively preferred 5 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Abdominal Radiology Springer Journals

Structured reporting of CTenterographyforinflammatory bowel disease: effect on key featurereporting, accuracy across training levels, and subjective assessment of disease by referring physicians

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Springer US
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Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media New York
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Imaging / Radiology; Gastroenterology; Hepatology
ISSN
2366-004X
eISSN
2366-0058
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00261-017-1136-1
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Abstract

tation of 13 of 15 features including stricture (p < 0.001), Purpose: To compare the content and accuracy of fistula (p < 0.001), fluid collection (p = 0.003), and structured reporting (SR) versus non-structured report- perianal disease (p < 0.001). Among a subset of five ing (NSR) for computed tomographic enterography features, accuracy for diagnosing multifocal disease was (CTE) of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). minimally increased when using SR (76% NSR vs. 83% Materials and methods: This IRB-approved, HIPAA- SR; p = 0.01), but accuracy for other features was not compliant, retrospective study included 30 adult subjects affected by report type. Referring physicians significantly (15 male, 15 female; mean age 41.9 years) with IBD imaged preferred SR based on ease of information extraction with CTE. Nine radiologists (3 faculty, 3 abdominal (p < 0.01). imaging fellows, and 3 senior radiology residents) inde- Conclusion: Structured reporting of CTE for IBD im- pendently interpreted all examinations using both NSR proved documentation of key reporting features for and SR, separated by four weeks. Reports were assessed for trainees and faculty, though there was minimal impact documentation of 15 key reporting features and a subset of on accuracy. Referring physicians subjectively preferred 5

Journal

Abdominal RadiologySpringer Journals

Published: Apr 9, 2017

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