Artificial Intelligence in Musculoskeletal Oncological Radiology

  • Robi Kelc Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University Medical Center Maribor, Slovenia


Due to the rarity of primary bone tumors, precise radiologic diagnosis often requires an experienced musculoskeletal radiologist. In order to make the diagnosis more precise and to prevent the overlooking of potentially dangerous conditions, artificial intelligence has been continuously incorporated into medical practice in recent decades. This paper reviews some of the most promising systems developed so far. Although there is still a shortage of long-term studies confirming its benefits, there is probably a considerable potential for further development of computer-based expert systems aiming at a more efficient diagnosis of bone and soft tissue tumors.

How to Cite
Kelc, R. (2021). Artificial Intelligence in Musculoskeletal Oncological Radiology. Radiology and Oncology, 55(1), 1-6. Retrieved from