Special Issue

Topic: Role of Artificial Intelligence in HPB Surgery

A Special Issue of Artificial Intelligence Surgery

ISSN 2771-0408 (Online)

Submission deadline: 1 Apr 2023

Guest Editor(s)

Prof. Derek A. O'Reilly
Department of General Surgery, Beijing United Family Hospital and Clinics (BJU), Beijing, China.
Prof. Henry A. Pitt
Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, New Brunswick, USA.

Special Issue Introduction

Over the past decade, enhanced preoperative imaging and visualization, improved delineation of the complex anatomical structures of the hepatobiliary and pancreas, and intra-operative technological advances have helped deliver the hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery with increased safety and better postoperative outcomes. Artificial intelligence (AI) has a major role to play in 3D visualization, virtual simulation, augmented reality that helps in the training of surgeons and the future delivery of conventional, and robotic hepatobiliary and pancreatic (HPB) surgery; artificial neural networks and machine learning has the potential to revolutionize individualized patient care during the preoperative imaging, and postoperative surveillance.

The goal of this special issue “Role of Artificial Intelligence in HPB Surgery” is to provide up-to-date evidence-based literature as well as expert-guided practice to understand the current status of artificial intelligence application in the Hepatopancreatobiliary surgery, different advanced technical procedures, and future development of this field. Topics include but are not limited to the following:
 1. 3D visualization and AR in liver surgery;
 2. Robotic Pancreatoduodenectomy education;
 3. Using Deep Learning to improve surgical safety during cholecystectomy;
 4. Machine Learning for Prediction of Postoperative Complications after HPB Surgery;
 5. Augmented reality to detect “missing” colorectal liver metastases;
 6. Applying AI to big data in HPB surgery.

Participants

1 Daniel A. Hashimoto University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, United States.
2 Anirban Maitra University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, United States.
3 Long R Jiao Department of Oncology and Surgery, The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK.
4 Christian Max Schmidt School of Medicine, Indiana university, Indianapolis, United States.
5 Russell C. Langan Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, New Brunswick, United States.
6 Jason Hawksworth Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, United States.
7 Tamara Gall Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London, UK.
8 Ammar Asrar Javed Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, United States.
9 Glenn Kunnath Bonney National University Health System, Singapore City, Singapore.
 The list is arranged in no particular order and being updated.

Submission Deadline

1 Apr 2023

Submission Information

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For Online Submission, please login at https://oaemesas.com/login?JournalId=ais&SpecialIssueId=ais220408
Submission Deadline: 1 Apr 2023
Contacts: Abby Zhang, Assistant Editor, Abby_Editor@aisjournal.net

Published Articles

Current state of radiomics in hepatobiliary and pancreatic malignancies

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2023.28 27 Nov 2023
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Can 3D visualisation and navigation techniques improve pancreatic surgery? A systematic review

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.42 24 Oct 2023
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The role of radiomics in hepato-bilio-pancreatic surgery: a literature review

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2023.18 10 Sep 2023
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Role of artificial intelligence in pancreatic cystic neoplasms: modernizing the identification and longitudinal management of pancreatic cysts

Open Access Editorial DOI: 10.20517/ais.2023.13 2 Jul 2023
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Robotic pancreatoduodenectomy - how I do it: tips, tricks and pitfalls to standardize the technique to reduce postoperative morbidity and mortality

Open Access Technical Note DOI: 10.20517/ais.2023.03 8 May 2023
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Augmenting care in hepatocellular carcinoma with artificial intelligence

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.33 28 Mar 2023
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Applying artificial intelligence to big data in hepatopancreatic and biliary surgery: a scoping review

Open Access Systematic Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.39 26 Mar 2023
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Potential of artificial intelligence in the risk stratification for and early detection of pancreatic cancer

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.38 19 Mar 2023
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Machine learning for prediction of postoperative complications after hepato-biliary and pancreatic surgery

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.31 30 Jan 2023
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Artificial intelligence in hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery - promises and perils

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.32 29 Dec 2022
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Training in robotic pancreatic surgery

Open Access Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.28 14 Dec 2022
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Artificial intelligence HPB surgery - current problems, future solutions?

Open Access Editorial DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.26 25 Sep 2022
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Artificial intelligence in hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery: a systematic review

Open Access Systematic Review DOI: 10.20517/ais.2022.20 18 Sep 2022
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Artificial Intelligence Surgery
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