A computer method developed by researchers from Osaka University in Japan may help patients with glioma tumors receive more appropriate treatment quicker by predicting genetic mutations in the tumors. The tool, which uses machine learning and MRI, could result in better clinical outcomes and lessen the need for surgical tissue sampling, according to the study in Scientific Reports.
New computer method predicts genetic mutations in glioma tumors
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