322,473 anonymized adult chest x-ray dataset in 1024 x 1024 pixel DICOM format with corresponding anonymized free-text reports from Dunedin Hospital, New Zealand between 2010 - 2020. Corresponding radiology reports generated by FRANZCR radiologists were manually annotated for 45 common radiological findings mapped to Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) ontology. Each of the multiclassification annotations contains 4 types of labels, namely positive, uncertain, negative and not mentioned. 33,486 studies were manually labeled. 187,491 were labeled by deep learning models. Accuracy of the AI labeled portion of the dataset with respect to each label will be outlined in the published paper. In the provided dataset, image filenames contain patient index (enabling analysis requiring grouping of images by patients), as well as anonymized date of acquisition information where the temporal relationship between images is preserved. This dataset can be used for training and testing for deep learning algorithms for adult chest x rays.
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