How are false negative cases perceived by mammographers? Which abnormalities are misinterpreted and which go undetected?

A radiographic ‘false negative’ or a case which has been ‘missed’ can be categorised in terms of errors of search (where gaze does not fall upon the abnormality); detection (a perceptual error where the abnormality may be physically ‘seen’ but remains undetected) and misinterpretation (a perceptual...

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Main Authors: Hazel J. Scott, Alastair Gale, Sue Hill
Format: Default Conference proceeding
Published: 2008
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Online Access:https://hdl.handle.net/2134/6301
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