AI-based Image Analysis for Bone Disease Diagnostics Assessed by Leading European University Clinic

Multi-year partnership will advance innovative bone disease diagnostics for pediatric and adult use cases.
By: ImageBiopsy Lab
VIENNA - Oct. 19, 2022 - PRLog -- One of the most advanced AI-based image analysis platforms for bone disease diagnostics will get rolled out at the radiology and orthopedic departments of the University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich (LMU Hospital), Germany. The innovative analysis tool is already in clinical use at several other medical and academic institutions throughout the EU and US. The AI based platform allows for standardized, effective and precise assessment of chronic musculoskeletal (MSK) diseases for pediatric and adult patients, offering a range of modules that are optimized for specific bone systems of the body such as knee, hip, hand, spine and others. Several units at the LMU Hospital will now access the AI to optimize diagnosis with a focus on different patient populations as well as jointly optimize specific diagnosis aspects.

Worldwide, more people suffer from musculoskeletal diseases than of the circulatory or respiratory system. Despite the hundreds of millions of patients, common diagnosis methods seem to be stuck in the 20th century. Physical interpretation of x-rays or MRT-images by trained experts is still the norm. Subjective and time consuming, these methods are not standardized and accuracies depend on individual competences. The AI-based MSK-focused platform developed by ImageBiopsy Lab (IB Lab) offers a novel way to translate imaging data efficiently into objective, structured health information. Now, the section of Musculoskeletal Imaging and the Clinic for Orthopedics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the LMU Hospital joins a growing number of medical and academic institutions in Europe and the US that deploys the AI and validate its use in clinical settings.

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