This dataverse contains data (radiographs) that were used during the machine learning training process of identifying Retained Foreign objects (RFOs) in radiographs. The dataverse also serves as a data repository for radiologists to access to assist their clinical judgements. This research aims to enhance the decision-making of radiologists by developing a machine learning model to reduce the occurrence of RFOs. Every data in the RFO dataverse follows a consistent naming convention: the source of the radiograph, the type of surgical/foreign object, the location of the RFOs, the angle that the radiograph was taken from, the orientation, the surgical procedure, and the gender of the patient. However, some information associated with certain data cannot be obtained due to a lack of information and technological limitation. Please contact the creator of this dataverse for any inquiry pertaining to the sources of radiographs in the dataverse.
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Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Sponge", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/0XTJTR, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only sponges as the retained foreign objects. Sponges mainly occur in areas within close proximity to the chest, abdomen, and iliac.
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Needle", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/NXXXAY, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only needles as the retained foreign objects. Needles occur in areas within close proximity to the chest and abdomen.
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Guidewire", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/OMFZUW, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only guidewires as the retained foreign objects. Guidewires mainly occur in areas within close proximity to the chest and abdomen.
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Retractor", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/SZ1ODB, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only retractors as the retained foreign objects. All retractors occur in the patients' abdomens.
Pad
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Pad", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/7SAMQG, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only surgical pads as the retained foreign objects. Pads only occur in the patients' abdomens.
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Unidentified RFOs", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/CBWHCV, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain different types of RFOs. However, the specific types of RFOs in the radiographs and the URLs of the radiographs cannot be identified and obtained due to a lack of information and technological limitation. The radiographs in this dataset were downloaded through...
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Swab", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/YI3QDE, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only surgical swabs as the retained foreign objects. The locations of the swabs in patients' bodies are unknown.
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "Gauze", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/MHOXDA, Borealis, V1
Radiographs contain only surgical gauzes as the retained foreign objects. The locations of the gauzes in patients' bodies are unknown.
Aug 18, 2022
Mo, Russell, 2022, "The Sources of RFO Radiographs", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/ZK4MS3, Borealis, V1
This dataset serves to provide links to the sources of data in the rest of the datasets within the RFO dataverse. Each number of the source in the document corresponds to the prefix of the data name.
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