Invasive ductal breast cancer: preoperative predict Ki-67 index based on radiomics of ADC maps.

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Summary of "Invasive ductal breast cancer: preoperative predict Ki-67 index based on radiomics of ADC maps."

The purpose of this study is to develop a radiomics model for predicting the Ki-67 proliferation index in patients with invasive ductal breast cancer through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) preoperatively.


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Name: La Radiologia medica
ISSN: 1826-6983


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