Cancer Imaging

It is estimated that, artificial intelligence in the imaging market would rise from $21.48 billion in 2018 to $264.85 billion by 2026. Virtual reality, 3D imaging and augmented reality technologies like EchoPixel True 3D, would aid physicians to take slices of MRI pictures to create a 3D image, so that, they could have a better picture. We also have developments in nuclear imaging, like, EXPLORER human scanner (a total-body PET/CT scanner), which can produce quality images in less time, coupled with lower dose of radiotracer. Wearable medical devices are also revolutionizing the field of digital imaging to improve cancer detection.

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