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A New Approach to Predict the Histological Variants of Bladder Urothelial Carcinoma: Machine Learning-Based Radiomics Analysis

Published:September 20, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acra.2022.07.023
      Bladder cancer ranks 10th among the most common cancers in the world and 13th in mortality rate. Ninety percent of patients diagnosed with bladder cancer are over 55 years old. This neoplasm is four times more common in men than in women. Bladder cancer is frequently encountered in developed countries and 90% originate from urothelial cells (
      • Saginala K
      • Barsouk A
      • Aluru JS
      • Rawla P
      • Padala SA
      • Barsouk A.
      Epidemiology of Bladder Cancer.
      ).
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