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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (June 2010) Contents 1 Definition 2 Application in Telemedicine 3 History 4 Bibliography 5 External links Definition RODIA is a methodology (and a software solution) for Relative Optical Density Image Analysis used in medical imaging, diagnostics, orthopedic and other medical disciplines. RODIA provides two major functionality areas i.e. image quantitative evaluation and fracture healing monitoring. RODIA methodology allows to perform a quantitative evaluation of the medical images (e.g. X-ray, ultrasonography), enhancing bone fracture detection, fracture healing monitoring and early detection of nonunion or delayed union and other issues. RODIA concept does not require prior calibration of images. RoI is being compared with other parts of the evaluated bone what allows for a relative analysis of the fracture (healing over time). RODIA methodology enables quantitative evaluation required for Evidence-based medicine and statistical evaluation of collected data for specialties largely utilizing images. Application in Telemedicine RODIA is also used in telemedicine as a remote (clinical) decision support system for physicians, when necessary expertise is not available locally. Search for subtle fracture line, assessment of the bone osteolysis around orthopedic implants, and progress of bone tumour retrospective avaluation allow remote analyzing and measure digitized X-ray image to reliably enhance an evaluation of images. History RODIA has been authored by Maciej Kornacki and Wojciech Glinkowski in 1997 in Poland. Bibliography M. Kornacki, W. Glinkowski, RODIA: A Tool to Support Current Radiological Diagnostics, Acta Biooptica et Informatica Medica, 1997, Vol. 1-4, 161-164 M. Kornacki, W. Glinkowski, Relative Optical Density Image Analysis (RODIA). Clinical application — preliminary report of FHM and IEE subsystems usage, Med. Sci. Monit. 4 (Suppl. 2) (1998) 136–139. W. Glinkowski, M.Kornacki, Remote analysis of digitized x-ray image for bone injuries and other pathology. (2005), Presented at Med-e-tel 2005 Conference in Luxembourg W. Glinkowski, M.Kornacki, M.Ambroziak, A.Górecki, Relative optical density image analysis of digitized radio- grams for tibial fracture healing monitoring International Congress Series 1268, 1292 (2004). W. Glinkowski, M. Kornacki, M. Ambroziak, A. Górecki, Distant Analysis Of Fracture Healing Using Relative Optical Density Image Analysis System (Rodia), 1st International Conference on Telemedicine and Multimedia Communication W. Glinkowski, M. Kornacki, Telemedicine: a New Concept of the Medical Care, Acta Biooptica et Informatica Medica, 1997, 2; 3-4; 155-156 M. Kornacki, W. Glinkowski, Decision Support Systems in Fracture Treatment, Orthop.Traumatol.Rehab, 1999; 30.1; 71-4 W. Glinkowski, T. Jedral, M. Kornacki, A. Latusek, Evaluation Method of Long Bones Compact Tissue for Parametric Assessment of Fracture Healing, Med Sport, 1997, 13.11, 23-26 Glinkowski W, Kornacki M, Ambroziak M, Górecki A. Relative optical density image analysis (RODIA©) of digitized radiograms for tibial fracture healing monitoring. Int Congr Ser. 2004;1268:1292 External links http://dspace.ucalgary.ca/bitstream/123456789/3520/3/Remote_analysis_of_digitized_xray.pdf