Application Analysis of AI Technology Combined with Spiral CT Scanning in Early Lung Cancer Screening


  • Shulin Li
  • Liqiang Yu
  • Bo Liu
  • Qunwei Lin
  • Jiaxin Huang



Early Screening, Diagnostic Effectiveness, Spiral CT scan, Artificial Intelligence Technology


At present, the incidence and fatality rate of lung cancer in China rank first among all malignant tumors. Despite the continuous development and improvement of China's medical level, the overall 5-year survival rate of lung cancer patients is still lower than 20% and is staged. A number of studies have confirmed that early diagnosis and treatment of early stage lung cancer is of great significance to improve the prognosis of patients. In recent years, artificial intelligence technology has gradually begun to be applied in oncology. ai is used in cancer screening, clinical diagnosis, radiation therapy (image acquisition, at-risk organ segmentation, image calibration and delivery) and other aspects of rapid development. However, whether medical ai can be socialized depends on the public's attitude and acceptance to a certain extent. However, at present, there are few studies on the diagnosis of early lung cancer by AI technology combined with SCT scanning. In view of this, this study applied the combined method in early lung cancer screening, aiming to find a safe and efficient screening mode and provide a reference for clinical diagnosis and treatment.


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Li, S., Yu, L., Liu, B., Lin, Q., & Huang, J. (2024). Application Analysis of AI Technology Combined with Spiral CT Scanning in Early Lung Cancer Screening. Frontiers in Computing and Intelligent Systems, 6(3), 52-55.