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The availability of high quality annotated medical imaging datasets is a major problem that collides with machine learning applications in the field of medical imaging analysis and impedes its advancement. Self-supervised learning is a recent training paradigm that enables learning robust representations without the need for human annotation which can be considered as an effective solution for the scarcity in annotated medical data. This article reviews the state-of-the-art research directionsarXiv:2109.08685v2 fatcat:iu2zanqqrnaflawcxndb6xszgu