Radiomics, AI primed for bigger role in genitourinary applications
Radiomics and AI will increasingly be part of genitourinary imaging for both research and clinical practice, according to Dr. Satheesh Krishna of the University of Toronto.
“These tools will initially augment, but may eventually replace, certain radiologists’ tasks, which can improve efficiency and diagnostic accuracy,” said Krishna, who presented the talk on behalf of Dr. Nicola Schieda of the University of Ottawa.
Hundreds of research studies have reported on the use of radiomics in prostate cancer, ranging from tasks such as tumor detection, grading, and staging, as well as…
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