Beyond Glioma: The Utility of Radiomic Analysis for Non-Glial Intracranial Tumors

Darius Kalasauskas, Michael Kosterhon, Naureen Keric, Oliver Korczynski, Andrea Kronfeld, Florian Ringel, Ahmed Othman, Marc A. Brockmann
2022 Cancers  
The field of radiomics is rapidly expanding and gaining a valuable role in neuro-oncology. The possibilities related to the use of radiomic analysis, such as distinguishing types of malignancies, predicting tumor grade, determining the presence of particular molecular markers, consistency, therapy response, and prognosis, can considerably influence decision-making in medicine in the near future. Even though the main focus of radiomic analyses has been on glial CNS tumors, studies on other
more » ... ranial tumors have shown encouraging results. Therefore, as the main focus of this review, we performed an analysis of publications on PubMed and Web of Science databases, focusing on radiomics in CNS metastases, lymphoma, meningioma, medulloblastoma, and pituitary tumors.
doi:10.3390/cancers14030836 pmid:35159103 pmcid:PMC8834271 fatcat:dlmy3vrajbegvfelkncu2z2oam