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Artificial Intelligence in Cancer

  • ID: 5007983
  • Book
  • July 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 250 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Artificial Intelligence in Cancer: Diagnostic to Tailored Treatment provides, in a friendly way, both theoretical concepts and, especially, practical techniques of the exciting and vital field of AI applied in cancer management. Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide and the first step in lowering cancer death rates is establishing a fast-accurate diagnosis and a precise treatment plan, making use of all the biomedical data available currently to support appropriate decisions, and AI can help with such important task.

This book builds a roadmap of how to use AI in cancer at different stages of healthcare. It discusses topics such as the impactful role of AI during the diagnosis and how it can support clinicians on making better decisions; AI tools to help pathologists to identify the exact type of cancer to better target it with tailored treatment; how AI supports tumor profiling and can assist surgeons; and the gain on precision for oncologists by using AI tools. Additionally, it provides information on AI used for survival and remission/recurrence analysis, and a discussion on the future of AI in cancer.

The book is a valuable source for bioinformaticians, cancer researchers, oncologists, clinicians and several members of biomedical field who need to be up to speed on the promising field of AI applied in cancer management.

  • Discusses over 20 real cancer examples, bringing state-of-the-art cancer cases in which AI was used to help the medical personnel
  • Presents over 100 diagrams, making easier to comprehend AI's results on a specific problem through visual resources
  • Explains AI algorithms in a friendly manner, to help the reader not familiarized with computer programming comprehend, implement or use them in a specific cancer case
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1. Life challenge. Cancer
2. The beginnings
3. Pathologist at work
4. Surgeon at work
5. Oncologist at work
6. Radiotherapist at work
7. Survival analysis
8. Remission and recurrence. What to do next?
9. Artificial intelligence in Oncology: Dreams may come true someday
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Belciug, Smaranda
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