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3 Reasons why radiomics can revolutionize brain tumor diagnosis and prognosis

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The field of radiomics covers a range of methods aimed at the extraction of quantitative features from medical images, and linking these features to pathological data. Developing algorithms to perform radiomics starts with collecting large amounts of medical images and clinical data. Subsequently, certain features (shapes, tissue texture, etc.) are extracted from the medical images, […]

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Anatom-e’s innovative new role in patient education

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“We made something patients could understand quickly. What they want to know is ‘What will my future be like?’” – MD Anderson – (Anatom-e) Brain Atlas software like Anatom-e can reveal the specific symptoms that are likely to arise for patients based on tumor location, enabling more personalized discussions and care plans around radiotherapy. Radiologist-narrated […]

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The role of CT and MR in stroke patients

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Stroke is one of the most common causes of death in the western world causing more than 6 million deaths per year.1Annually, almost 17 million people suffer from a stroke for the first time; this is analogous to one person having a stroke every two seconds.2 Ischemic stroke accounts for 80% of acute stroke cases, the remaining […]

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Video from ECR 2018: Wiro Niessen on how AI can help you

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Don’t feel threatened by artificial intelligence (AI). That’s the view of Wiro Niessen, PhD, professor of biomedical image analysis at Erasmus University Medical Centre and Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. In the first of today’s three video interviews about AI, he introduces the topic and explains how it promises to transform the working […]