Increasingly, the role of imaging in the context of other non-imaging biomarkers needs to be considered as part of a multiparametric healthcare assessment. The integration of imaging biomarkers with tissue and liquid biomarkers is likely to replace many traditional and more simplistic approaches to decision-support systems.
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Courtesy: Nandita deSouza Quantitation is going to increase as artificial intelligence AI comes on line, and making sure it is robust and meaningful is going to be hugely important, added deSouza, who is a professor in translational imaging and co-director of the Cancer Research UK Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research Group at the Institute of Cancer Research. Need for harmonization In an era of machine learning and AI, it is vital to extract quantitative biomarkers from medical images that inform on disease detection, characterization, monitoring and assessment of response to treatment.
Future challenges To become clinically useful, biomarkers must be rigorously evaluated for their technical performance, reproducibility, biological and clinical validity and cost-effectiveness, the authors wrote. Figures and Tables. References Publications referenced by this paper.
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