A team at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas tested a commercially available algorithm called IB Lab Hippo (ImageBiopsy Lab, Austria) on preoperative x-rays of 130 patients with hip dysplasia. The group found the software calculated important x-ray measurements significantly faster than expert readers.
“The AI algorithm was around 70% to 94% faster than the readers, depending on the reader and image,” said presenter and medical student Holden Archer.
Hip dysplasia is a developmental condition in which the acetabulum doesn’t sufficiently cover the femoral…
Go to publisher site for the complete article: