Computer-assisted decision support systems, called CAD, have been used for a number of years to highlight areas of potential abnormality in radiological examinations and today there's no question of their value, says Paul Chang, M.D., a professor and vice chair of radiology informatics at the University of Chicago School of Medicine.

During a three-part educational session at the Radiology Society of North America's annual conference, Nov. 27-Dec. 2 in Chicago, Chang will discuss integrating CAD into existing workflows. Other parts of the session will cover a short history of CAD and changes to the practice of medicine from an evolution in the understanding of the molecular basis of disease.

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