When eyes aren't enough: Computer analysis can help doctors diagnose severe heart disease

Monday, June 7, 2010 - 16:12 in Health & Medicine

A study revealed at SNM's 57th Annual Meeting urges physicians using molecular imaging for the diagnosis of heart disease to use computer data analysis rather than visual interpretation alone. The study shows that when combined, these techniques can improve early detection and diagnosis, especially in conditions that can be more difficult to catch early on, such as diseased arteries.

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