A two-step system to differentiate mass and nonmass images on MRI improves breast cancer detection.
Will radiologists eventually be replaced by artificial intelligence?
Computer-aided diagnosis was evaluated to determine efficacy in radiologic assessment of lung cancer.
Radiologists reading CT colonography may see difficult-to-detect polyps but not consciously register them.
Mammography alone is just as good as mammography with CAD, and less expensive, for detecting breast cancer.
An argument that Moore’s law is at work in medical imaging.
As computer-aided detection becomes the standard of care for mammography, how are radiologists using the tool, and what does its future hold?
Pulmonary emboli missed by CT angiography may be detected by computer aided detection programs.
Electronic bone suppression programs used in addition to CAD allow radiologists to detect more lung nodules than with chest X-rays alone.
Screening mammograms enhanced by CAD trigger more false alarms than non-CAD screenings and detect more early cancers that may never have needed treatment.