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Publication Name Artificial Intelligence in Cancer
Manuscript ID 96690
Country Italy
Category Oncology
Manuscript Type Editorial
Article Title Past, present, and future perspectives of ultrasound-guided ablation of liver tumors: Where could artificial intelligence lead interventional oncology?
Manuscript Source Invited Manuscript
All Author List Paola Tombesi, Andrea Cutini, Valentina Grasso, Francesca Di Vece, Ugo Politti, Eleonora Capatti, Florence Labb, Stefano Petaccia and Sergio Sartori
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Corresponding Author Sergio Sartori, MD, Adjunct Professor, Chief Doctor, Department of Internal Medicine, Section of Interventional Ultrasound, St. Anna Hospital, Via A. Moro 8, Ferrara 44100, Italy. srs@unife.it
Key Words Artificial intelligence; Fusion imaging; Percutaneous thermal ablation; Microwave ablation; Radiofrequency ablation; Ultrasound; Contrast-enhanced ultrasound
Core Tip Starting from the first experiences with ethanol injection, constant technical improvements in both thermal ablation and ultrasound imaging have led clinicians in interventional oncology to break the so-called 3-cm barrier in the percutaneous treatment of primary and secondary liver tumors. At present, advanced software powered by artificial intelligence has been developed to precisely target tumor margins and/or residual viable tumor tissue, opening the way to the percutaneous ablation of tumors up to 5-7 cm in size.
Citation Tombesi P, Cutini A, Grasso V, Di Vece F, Politti U, Capatti E, Labb F, Petaccia S, Sartori S. Past, present, and future perspectives of ultrasound-guided ablation of liver tumors: Where could artificial intelligence lead interventional oncology? Artif Intell Cancer 2024; In press
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ISSN 2644-3228 (online)
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