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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Mayo Clinic Algorithm Supports MRI Evaluation of Prostate Cancer

Artificial Intelligence and Radiology - Sperling Prostate Center
Few medical centers are as venerable as the Mayo Clinic. It began when William Worrall Mayo, a physician and chemist, settled his family on the Minnesota prairie in 1864, and opened a small practice. His two doctor sons joined the practice. As other partners came on board, it grew into the Mayo Clinic. Today, its keep reading

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Global Prostate Cancer Expert Supports AI for Prostate Cancer Imaging

MRI/Ultrasound Fusion May Come with a Pitfall Called Registration Error
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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Complex Economic, Legal and Ethical Issues

Will Artificial Intelligence Put Radiologists Out of Business? - Sperling Prostate Center
No consideration of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) in medicine and healthcare would be complete without identifying the swirl of economic, legal and regulatory issues that surround it. The economics of medical AI In the broad field of healthcare, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) offer the enticing lure of a solid return on investment. Compared keep reading

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: French Expert Describes AI Benefits

What does the chest have to do with the brain? Aside from the role played by the brain in regulating life-sustaining involuntary breathing and heart rate, it doesn’t look like there’s much of a connection. However, French physician Philippe Grenier, a “respected expert in chest imaging and respiratory disease,” is enthusiastic about integrating Artificial Intelligence keep reading

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: AI is a Value-Added Improvement on all MRI Levels

MRI Screening Reduces Unnecessary Prostate Biopsies
Is there any part of the body that can’t benefit from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)? So far, science hasn’t found one. In fact, not only can simple, straightforward MRI be applied to virtually all body parts, but MRI technology lends itself to endless development. For example, there are numerous variants in image acquisition that provide keep reading

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Predicting Prostate Cancer Progression During Active Surveillance

“Despite increasing adoption of active surveillance (AS) for low-risk prostate cancer, AS discontinuation rates are high, investigators report.” This quote, from a September 2021 Renal & Urology News report, referred to a study of over 16,000 Canadian prostate cancer (PCa) patients who had been diagnosed with low risk disease from 2008-2014. 51% of these patients keep reading
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