The seven key challenges for the future of computer-aided diagnosis in medicine

@article{Yanase2019TheSK,
  title={The seven key challenges for the future of computer-aided diagnosis in medicine},
  author={Juri Yanase and Evangelos Triantaphyllou},
  journal={International journal of medical informatics},
  year={2019},
  volume={129},
  pages={
          413-422
        }
}
BACKGROUND Computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) can assist physicians in effective and efficient diagnostic decision-making. CAD systems are currently essential tools in some areas of clinical practice. In addition, it is one of the established fields of study in the interface of medicine and computer science. There are, however, still some critical challenges that CAD systems face. METHODS This paper first describes a new literature review protocol, the Dynamic PRISMA approach based on the well… 
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