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Reduction in fractional anisotropy (FA) in obese patients compared to the control group: At the intersection of the alignment vectors, a large cluster of FA decrease located in the corpus callosum on the left. In red: Reduction of FA in obese patients compared to controls, and FA skeleton (green), superimposed on the mean of FA images in sample. Image courtesy of Pamela Bertolazzi, Ph.D., and RSNA.
There were more than 150 companies showing some version of artificial intelligence at RSNA, but very few have FDA cleared products for sale. One of the trends seen on the floor was a movement toward AI app stores where these start-up companies can offer their wares through a larger vendor and provide a single point of contracts and IT integration for hospitals.