Oncology patients undergoing treatment are subjected to medical images like computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography. Most of the patients will be undergoing multiple imaging sessions during their course of treatment. Radiomics is the branch of medical science which aims to obtain a huge number of quantitative features from medical images with the help of data characterisation algorithms. These obtained data is further assessed for proper decision making. Radiomics holds the potential to reveal out the disease characteristics which are difficult to identify through the human vision alone. Radiomics defines a wide set of computational methods which extract quantitative features from radiographic images. The resulting features are further used for image diagnosis, prognosis and therapy response in cancer. Radiomics is applicable to most of the imaging modalities including radiographs, ultrasound, CT, MRI, and PET studies. It is applied for increasing the precision in the diagnosis, assessment of prognosis and also for predicting the response of therapy. Radiomics aims to improve personalized medical decision-making and to establish reliable models which can satisfy therapy outcomes so that it can be used for assessment of a patient’s personal compromise in between the risks and benefits of different treatment options.
Cancer diagnosis, cancer screening, Medical imaging, preclinical imaging, medical radiography, image guided and adaptive radiotherapy, nuclear medicine and PET imaging, PET hybrid imaging, mammography, MRI and image guided radiotherapy, Radiomics and its application in cancer treatment
Academicians, scientists and researchers in oncology, radiation oncologist, Ph.D. scholars, young researchers, radiologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons, pathologists, epidemiologists, pharmaceutical companies
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