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Artificial intelligence in Cancer imaging and diagnosis

Diagnostic laboratories are in the midst of a transformation and are somewhat at cross-roads. In the face of decreasing revenues and increasing workloads, there is a rise in demand to increase throughput and efficiency while maintaining or improving quality, particularly in clinical diagnostics.  In addition, today‚Äôs complex mix of therapies offered to a varied demographic and the shift toward precision medicine implies that oncologists and pathologists must work in concert to target the right patient for the right therapy at the right time. 

New tools and technologies such as computational and digital pathology, molecular diagnostics and artificial intelligence (AI) are making their way into advanced clinical diagnostics, providing some unique opportunities to incorporate these tools into the evolving health care landscape.  Herein we present a cross journal series with articles that would give the viewer a perspective of the current trends and future prospects of AI primarily in clinical diagnostics.   

  1. We developed a computational model integrating clinical data and imaging features extracted from contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) images, to predict lymph node (LN) metastasis in patients with panc...

    Authors: Ke Li, Qiandong Yao, Jingjing Xiao, Meng Li, Jiali Yang, Wenjing Hou, Mingshan Du, Kang Chen, Yuan Qu, Lian Li, Jing Li, Xianqi Wang, Haoran Luo, Jia Yang, Zhuoli Zhang and Wei Chen

    Citation: Cancer Imaging 2020 20:12

    Content type: Research article

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