ABSTRACT Bone and soft‑tissue sarcoma constitute more than 20% of pediatric solid malignant cancers and almost 1% of adult solid malignant cancer. Musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders are the heterogeneous group of mesenchymal malignancies. Early diagnosis of these has a substantial effect on optimal treatment and quality of life of these patients. New applications and techniques have emerged in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, such as multimodality imaging and radiomics, utilization of genomic biomarkers, and development new insights into precision medicine for this field. This review describes features of new molecular imaging modalities, relation to the genomic biomarker, and utilization of artificial intelligence in diagnosis and effect of them on precision medicine for the management of MSK malignancies. Keywords: Artificial intelligence, heterogeneity, molecular imaging, musculoskeletal, precision medicine, radiomics
Jokar, Narges & Dadgar, Habibollah & Gholamrezanezhadi, Ali & Salehi, Sana & Assadi, Majid. (2019). Emerging Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation for Treatment of Musculoskeletal Disorders and Malignancies.