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Due to the occult anatomic location of the nasopharynx and frequent presence of adenoid hyperplasia, the positive rate for nasopharyngeal carcinoma identification during biopsy is low, thus leading to delayed or missed diagnosis for nasopharyngeal carcinoma upon initial attempt. Here, we aimed to develop an artificial intelligence tool to detect nasopharyngeal malignancies and guide biopsy under endoscopic examination based on deep learning.


Clinical Trial Description

Due to the occult anatomic location of the nasopharynx and frequent presence of adenoid hyperplasia, the positive rate for nasopharyngeal carcinoma identification during biopsy is low, thus leading to delayed or missed diagnosis for nasopharyngeal carcinoma upon initial attempt. Here, we aimed to develop an artificial intelligence tool to detect nasopharyngeal malignancies and guide biopsy under endoscopic examination based on deep learning. ;


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NCT number NCT05202626
Study type Observational
Source Chinese Academy of Sciences
Contact Di Dong, Ph.D
Phone +86 010-82618465
Email di.dong@ia.ac.cn
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date December 1, 2021
Completion date June 28, 2025

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