Leptomeningeal involvement among non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients is an aggressive form of disease that requires quick and efficient treatment. In this case report, we describe a woman in her 40s with a presenting symptom of headache that ultimately was diagnosed as leptomeningeal spread from NSCLC adenocarcinoma. We identified EGFR mutation in less than 48 hours from the biopsy using imagene-artificial intelligence's real-time algorithmic solution on the pathological diagnostic slide.
Keywords: Diagnostic Techniques and Procedures; Genes, Neoplasm; Image Processing, Computer-Assisted; LUNG CANCER.
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