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Last Posted: Jan 19, 2023
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Clinical use of artificial intelligence in endometriosis: a scoping review
B Sivajohan et al, NPJ Digital Medicine, August 4, 2022

Endometriosis is a chronic, debilitating, gynecologic condition with a non-specific clinical presentation. Globally, patients can experience diagnostic delays of ~6 to 12 years, which significantly hinders adequate management and places a significant financial burden on patients and the healthcare system. Through artificial intelligence (AI), it is possible to create models that can extract data patterns to act as inputs for developing interventions with predictive and diagnostic accuracies that are superior to conventional methods and current tools used in standards of care.

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