Ultrasound Channel Data Analysis Using Advanced Analytics and Deep Learning

Brief description of study

Patients with known or suspected liver disease undergoing a routinely scheduled clinical ultrasound or MRI will be recruited into this study. Participants will undergo a less than 15 minute research ultrasound in which channel data will be collected and analyzed after their clinical ultrasound or MRI. The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of ultrasound channel data in the diagnosis of HCC and chronic liver disease (liver fat and iron). The study will also compare the utility of ultrasound channel data to MRI and CT for evaluation of liver diseases.


Clinical Study Identifier: s19-01452
Principal Investigator: Jay Karajgikar.
Other Investigator: Hersh Chandarana.


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