Special Issue "Radiomics and Texture Analysis in Medical Imaging"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 October 2021.
Interests: musculoskeletal imaging; prostate cancer; radiomics; machine learning; CT; MRI
Interests: neuroradiology; machine learning; MRI; radiomics
Recent years have seen a rising interest in quantitative image analysis using techniques such as texture analysis. This has led to the introduction of the term radiomics, which has come to define large radiological image-derived feature sets, primed for exploration and analysis with data mining or machine learning approaches. The field of radiomics represents a great opportunity to extract additional value and information from medical imaging, beyond what physicians are used to assessing qualitatively or with current quantitative analyses. On the other hand, there is great uncertainty about the actual clinical value of information derived from radiomic features as questions are raised on their reproducibility and interpretability in biological terms. To allow for real-world applications of radiomic data, high-quality investigations both on the extraction process and data interpretation are still required. Out of large radiomic datasets, robust features must be identified, and their clinical value must be demonstrated.
This Special Issue will present and highlight high-quality studies focused on texture analysis and radiomics across a variety of imaging modalities and pathologies, to provide a valuable contribution to this field and aid its further progress towards clinical applicability.
Dr. Renato Cuocolo
Dr. Lorenzo Ugga
Dr. Valeria Romeo
Manuscript Submission Information
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- texture analysis
- computed tomography
- magnetic resonance imaging
- breast cancer
- prostate cancer