Study Finds Radiomics Could Improve Outcomes and Decrease Mortality for Prostate Cancer Patients

August 29, 2019 | Article

A new study published in Scientific Reports taps a large cohort to identify a classifier for prostate cancer (PCa) risk stratification based on radiomics and multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mpMRI.) The ability to accurately assess the aggressiveness of a diagnosed PCa could improve the selection of appropriate treatment for these patients, leading to improved outcomes including reduced PCa-specific mortality. Previous methods for assessing PCa were visual and therefore subjective, but the extraction of radiomic features provides a better model of tumor behavior.

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