Aim: Feasibility-reliability control of Telemedicine Systems (TS) integrated with Multimedia Systems (MS) and Artificial intelligence (AI) for remote e-Multidisciplinary Oncology Conference in Breast Cancer.
Material and methods: Forty (n1=40) patients suffering from breast surgical oncology malignant (n2=32) and non-malignant (n3=8) diseases classified to seven categories: Nipple Discharge, Dominant Breast Mass, Occult Breast Lesion, Early Breast Carcinoma, Advanced Breast Carcinoma, Recurrent Breast Carcinoma) and treated clinically with the standard diagnostic (Mammography, US, MRI, Cytology, Pathology, BRCA1/2 Mutation Predisposition and Breast Cancer Risk Analysis) surgical, auxiliary therapeutic methods. Then clinical decisions compared to those proposed remotely by the virtual AI supported e-Oncology Conference for each patient.
Results: In four (n4=4) out of forty patients (TS, MS and AI) supported decision making and surgical treatment proposal including postoperative Radiotherapy proposal was not as clear as expected. Non-output answer for non-malignant breast pathologies (n3=8) was accurately indicated by (MS and AI). Mean accuracy of (TS, MS and AI) for: 1.Surgical Operative Planning including Rad=94.1%, 2.Chem=96.8%, 3.Horm=96.7% [In 95%, (Confidence interval: 85-99%)].
Conclusion: High feasibility-reliability of the virtual AI supported e-Multidisciplinary Oncology Conference for remote decision making and surgical planning and for optimum outcomes in Breast Cancer treatment makes it a clinical necessity especially for the periphery of Hellas.
Keywords: AI; Breast Surgery; E-Multidisciplinary Oncology Conference; Tele-Cytology; Tele-Pathology; Tele-Radiology.