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mint Lesion radiomics leverage precision medicine

The benefits that texture analysis and radiomics have shown already, and the improved availability of large data sets led to an increased interest in the extraction of quantitative features from medical images. Through quantification, images are converted into mineable data that, subsequently analyzed, improve diagnostic…

Enhanced value of health data through Common Data Elements (CDE)

Today, it is generally agreed that standardized language used in radiology reports improves communication with the treatment team and patients, with a huge impact on decision making and patient outcomes. Furthermore, using standardized forms to create consistent reports, helps to save time and effort while…

Home of excellence for cancer care innovation

In a multidisciplinary center that networks medical research, natural sciences, engineering sciences, computer science and business administration, in the Research Campus M²OLIE (“Mannheim Molecular Intervention Environment”) new methods are developed for molecular imaging, diagnostics and therapeutic intervention of oligometastatic patients in daily clinical practice.  …

Mint Medical announces mint Lesion 3.5

Structured Reporting in Radiology can set a new bar in quality, completeness, and visual appeal of radiological reports. With structured reporting, you also have a rich data source for research, Artificial Intelligence learning, and evidence-based clinical decision support.   Traditionally, there is a separation of…

AI-powered quantification of bone metastasis in prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men, and there are now effective treatments for the disease. New therapies available on the market for treating prostate-cancer metastasis can improve symptoms and prolong life. However, these drugs are often cost-prohibitive.  Hence, in order to…

Radiomics – the next era of possibilities in Precision Medicine

Traditionally medical image analysis has been done through visual interpretation of static images. In the past decade, with the advent of sophisticated measurement tools, it has become possible to convert simple digital images into data mines which contain first, second and higher-order statistics. When administered…