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Virtual Imaging Clinical Trials for Regulatory Evaluation (VICTRE)

What is being modeled?
in silico breast radiographic images
Description & purpose of resource

The Virtual Imaging Clinical Trials for Regulatory Evaluation (VICTRE) computer modeling pipeline is a set of tools that allow for the generation of in silico breast radiographic images for the evaluation of digital mammography (DM) and digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) devices.


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This resource is currently
mature and useful in ongoing research
Has this resource been validated?
How has the resource been validated?

VICTRE in silico imaging trials and imaging system computer simulation tools can in some cases be considered viable sources of evidence for the regulatory evaluation of imaging devices.

Can this resource be associated with other resources? (e.g.: modular models, linked tools and platforms)
Key publications (e.g. describing or using resource)

Badano, Aldo, Christian G. Graff, Andreu Badal, Diksha Sharma, Rongping Zeng, Frank W. Samuelson, Stephen J. Glick, and Kyle J. Myers. "Evaluation of digital breast tomosynthesis as replacement of full-field digital mammography using an in silico imaging trial." JAMA network open 1, no. 7 (2018): e185474-e185474.

In silico imaging; physics-based simulation; virtual clinical trials
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