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Matching CT image data with patient photos, FBI researchers caution on privacy

17:11 EDT 31 Mar 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Facial images extracted from publicly available radiology scans—think of head CT scans stored in open-access medical image repositories for research and education—are fairly easy to match with patients’ photos, raising concerns over privacy.

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