Database of wrist fractures should boost AI research
“Large publicly available datasets enable researchers around the globe to compare their algorithms in a standardized way, yet there are still limited options accessible to date,” wrote first author Dr. Eszter Nagy, a pediatric radiologist at the Medical University of Graz, and colleagues.
Wrist fractures are the most common type of fractures seen in emergency departments, and they account for 25% of fractures seen in children. Yet evidence suggests they are also among the most commonly missed on x-rays.
Moreover, image interpretation requires specialized training, which can be lacking…
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