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Body composition imaging relies on assessment of tissues composition and distribution. Quantitative data provided by body composition imaging analysis have been linked to pathogenesis, risk, and clinical outcomes of a wide spectrum of diseases, including cardiovascular and oncologic. Manual segmentation of imaging data allows to obtain information on abdominal adipose tissue; however, this procedure can be cumbersome and time-consuming. On the other hand, quantitative imaging analysis based ondoi:10.21037/qims-21-370 pmid:34603998 pmcid:PMC8408793 fatcat:4ymzwcw36jdqhdmxhj2usudodm