The home screen for a given patient shows a few options for recording the result of that exam. Those results are something called BI-RADS codes that are the numbers 0 - 6. BI-RADS 1, 2, and 3 are "negative" (good results) and BI-RADS 0, 4, 5 are positive (might be cancer). BI-RADS 6 is a known cancer that already exists.
Assume the patient is already pulled up in the first screen, and show the screen with one finding and then with 2 findings.
Need to display the patient's name, age, date of birth, MRN (medical record number that uniquely identifies the patient) and accession number (unique ID number that identifies the exam performed).
The doctor will make selections on each of the following areas:
Tissue density (4 choices)
Case Type (2 choices or blank)
Reason for visit (10+ choices but probably pre-filled)
Side (left, right or both)
Assessment (BI-RADS 1 Negative; BI-RADS 2 Benign-negative; BI-RADS 3 Probably Benign; BI-RADS 0 Additional Evaluation needed; BI-RADS 4 Suspicious; BI-RADS 5 Highly suggestive of malignancy; BI-RADS 6 Known malignancy
From the assessment, they then have to pick from recommendations. The length of the recommendation list varies based on which assessment is chosen (for instance, there may only be 2 choices for a BI-RADS 1 but 8 choices for a BI-RADS 0). These lists thus are cascading into each other.
If there is something in the other side or something else they want to follow-up on, they should be able to add a second "finding" where they will repeat the side, assessment and recommendation selection for that finding.