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Computer Aided Diagnosis
Diagnosis that require computer to watch and do the particular surgeries. These tests are useful to the doctors to take medical or clinical images. The radiology techniques are the examples of these computer aided techniques. It is applied in the detection of all types of tumors.
Computer aided detection (CAD) is a technology designed to decrease observational oversights and thus the false negative rates of physicians interpreting medical images. Prospective clinical studies have demonstrated an increase in breast cancer detection with CAD assistance. This overview briefly describes the metrics that have been used to define CAD system performance.
Related Journals of Computer Aided Diagnosis
Journal of Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health and Substance Use: Dual Diagnosis, Prenatal Diagnosis, Foetal Diagnosis and Therapy.