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Joseph Y. Lo

FPN-IAIA-BL: A Multi-Scale Interpretable Deep Learning Model for Classification of Mass Margins in Digital Mammography

Jun 10, 2024
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AI in Lung Health: Benchmarking Detection and Diagnostic Models Across Multiple CT Scan Datasets

May 07, 2024
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VLST: Virtual Lung Screening Trial for Lung Cancer Detection Using Virtual Imaging Trial

Apr 17, 2024
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What limits performance of weakly supervised deep learning for chest CT classification?

Feb 06, 2024
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Large Intestine 3D Shape Refinement Using Point Diffusion Models for Digital Phantom Generation

Sep 15, 2023
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Data diversity and virtual imaging in AI-based diagnosis: A case study based on COVID-19

Aug 17, 2023
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Virtual vs. Reality: External Validation of COVID-19 Classifiers using XCAT Phantoms for Chest Computed Tomography

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Mar 07, 2022
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Quality or Quantity: Toward a Unified Approach for Multi-organ Segmentation in Body CT

Mar 03, 2022
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Co-occurring Diseases Heavily Influence the Performance of Weakly Supervised Learning Models for Classification of Chest CT

Feb 23, 2022
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Interpretable Mammographic Image Classification using Cased-Based Reasoning and Deep Learning

Jul 12, 2021
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