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Title: ストマップ理解のためのトレーニング用胃ファントム
Other Titles: Gastric Phantom for Training Beginners in Gastric Segment (Stomap) Recognition
Authors: 西本, 尚樹1 Browse this author
堀田, 賢治2 Browse this author
細井, 智宏3 Browse this author
小笠原, 克彦4 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Nishimoto, Naoki1
Horita, Kenji2
Hosoi, Tomohiro3
Ogasawara, Katsuhiko4
Keywords: Gastric segment (Stomap)
Phantom for beginner training
Assistance of 3D positional recognition
Issue Date: 20-Oct-2003
Publisher: 日本放射線技術学会
Journal Title: 日本放射線技術学会雑誌
Journal Title(alt): Japanese journal of Radiological Technology
Volume: 59
Issue: 10
Start Page: 1303
End Page: 1308
Abstract: It is usually difficult for a beginner to understand precisely and quickly the three-dimensional (3D) construction of gastric lesions in a gastric X-ray examination with barium meal. In this study, a training-use stomach phantom was developed using the stomach segment to provide beginners with an understanding of 3D stomach construction. The hook-shaped phantom (the shape of the stomach when a patient is in the supine position) was formed by using styrene, wire, and clay. It was then coated with dental stiffening agent, and wires were attached along the stomach segment. After drying, the stomach phantom was cut off and the oil clay was removed. The phantom then was immersed in water and the oil clay was dried. After that, the phantom again was glued together with a dental stiffening agent. The usefulness of the phantom was determined by an evaluation experiment. Ten students, as observers, were selected randomly for evaluation from 40 students of the Department of Radiological Technology, College of Medical Technology, Hokkaido University. Eight films were shown to the observers, 4 films with segment and 4 films without segment. The observers checked 5 markers in different positions of the phantom and recorded the results on an answer sheet with segment picture. The significance of position recognition was identified by Wilcoxon's sign rank sum test (p=0.021) between the segment film and non-segment film.
Description: 臨床技術
Type: article
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Submitter: 小笠原 克彦

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