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  1. Screening, diagnostik og behandling af cervixcancer i graviditeten

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  2. Differentieret implementering af HPVbaseret screening i dansk livmoderhalskræftscreening

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  3. Hybridbehandling af proteintabende enteropati hos patient med univentrikulærtkredsløb

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  4. Avanceret lokoregionalt thoraxvægsrecidiv af brystkræft

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  5. Konservativ behandling af iatrogen mælkefistel

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  1. Konservativ behandling af iatrogen mælkefistel

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  2. Umbilical Endometriosis Disguised by Seborrheic Keratosis on Punch Biopsy

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  3. Behandling af rhinophyma med laser og kirurgi

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  4. Kønsmodificerende kirurgi i Danmark

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have become important in medicine as shown in this review. Automatic tools can be trained to analyse patient data and thereby be a great asset to doctors when diagnosing and treating patients. Denmark is a leading country in collecting data. Having large amounts of stored data improves the quality when building a prediction tool. Due to the potential of building AI in the Danish healthcare sector, a significant amount of money has been allocated to foster new innovations in the field. Denmark could play a critical rule utilising data and implementing AI in medicine.
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume182
Pages (from-to)V09190540
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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