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The International Skeletal Society: A Potential Model for Radiology and Pathology Collaboration

      Artificial Intelligence's (AI) most valuable impact on medicine will be its ability to integrate vast amounts of clinical, diagnostic and prognostic information (ie, information management) in managing patient care (
      • Jha S.
      • Topol E.J.
      Information and artificial intelligence.
      ). This will be especially true in the context of personalized health care, in which management and outcomes are optimized based on unique diagnostic biomarkers and characteristics of an individual patient and associated condition(s). The two specialties that have been suggested to be the greatest affected by AI are radiology and pathology (
      • Jha S.
      • Topol E.J.
      Information and artificial intelligence.
      ).
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