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TexRAD has featured in over 100 academic publications, won numerous awards and is currently used in over 50 prestigious institutions worldwide.

In the exciting new field of radiomics, TexRAD uncovers biomarkers in medical images which are invisible to the naked eye. Explore the innovation in TexRAD scientific research that takes place from our customers across the globe. Filter TexRAD related articles through an array of tissue types from head and neck to prostate, and learn more about the potential applications of texture analysis in lung cancer.

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Assessment of tumor heterogeneity by CT texture analysis: can the largest cross-sectional area be used as an alternative to whole tumor analysis?

Ng, F., Kozarski, R., et al., (2013)

European journal of radiology, 82(2), pp. 342–8. doi: 10.1016/j.ejrad.2012.10.023.

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Measurements of heterogeneity in gliomas on computed tomography relationship to tumour grade.

Skogen, K. et al., (2013)

Journal of neuro-oncology, 111(2), pp. 213–9. doi: 10.1007/s11060-012-1010-5.

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Assessment of primary colorectal cancer heterogeneity by using whole-tumor texture analysis: contrast-enhanced CT texture as a biomarker of 5-year survival.

Ng, F., Ganeshan, B., et al., (2013)

Radiology, 266(1), pp. 177–84. doi: 10.1148/radiol.12120254.

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Assessment of tumor heterogeneity: an emerging imaging tool for clinical practice?

Davnall, F. et al., (2012)

Insights into imaging, 3(6), pp. 573–89. doi: 10.1007/s13244-012-0196-6

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Tumour heterogeneity in non-small cell lung carcinoma assessed by CT texture analysis: a potential marker of survival.

Ganeshan, B. et al., (2012)

European radiology, 22(4), pp. 796–802. doi: 10.1007/s00330-011-2319-8.

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Tumour heterogeneity in oesophageal cancer assessed by CT texture analysis: preliminary evidence of an association with tumour metabolism, stage, and survival

Ganeshan, B. et al., (2012)

Clinical radiology, 67(2), pp. 157–64. doi: 10.1016/j.crad.2011.08.012

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Selection of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer for chemotherapy: Potential cost-effectiveness of CT texture analysis.

Ganeshan, B. et al., (2012)

European Congress of Radiology 2012 Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting. doi: 10.1594/ECR2012/C-0583.

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Heterogeneity of focal breast lesions and surrounding tissue assessed by mammographic texture analysis: preliminary evidence of an association with tumor invasion and estrogen receptor status.

Ganeshan, B. et al. (2011)

Frontiers in oncology, 1, p. 33. doi: 10.3389/fonc.2011.00033.

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