AI comparable to clinicians for diagnosing fractures
In a systematic review and meta-analysis, a group at the Botnar Research Centre in Oxford, England, compared the diagnostic performance in fracture detection between AI and clinicians in peer-reviewed publications, including the gray literature. The authors found no significant differences between the two, and they suggest AI algorithms hold promise as diagnostic adjuncts in future clinical practice.
“[AI] could also be helpful as a ‘second reader,’ providing clinicians with either reassurance that they have made the correct diagnosis or prompting them to take another look at the imaging…
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