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Automatic classification of focal liver lesions based on MRI and risk factors.

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Summary of "Automatic classification of focal liver lesions based on MRI and risk factors."

Accurate classification of focal liver lesions is an important part of liver disease diagnostics. In clinical practice, the lesion type is often determined from the abdominal MR examination, which includes T2-weighted and dynamic contrast enhanced (DCE) MR images. To date, only T2-weighted images are exploited for automatic classification of focal liver lesions. In this study additional MR sequences and risk factors are used for automatic classification to improve the results and to make a step forward to a clinically useful aid for radiologists.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0217053

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