Artificial Intelligence for Thyroid Disorders: A Systematic Review

(1) * Rosyid Ridlo Al Hakim Mail (Jakarta Global University, Indonesia)
(2) Muhammad Haikal Satria Mail (Jakarta Global University, Indonesia)
(3) Yanuar Zulardiansyah Arief Mail (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia)
(4) Antonius Darma Setiawan Mail (Jakarta Global University, Indonesia)
(5) Agung Pangestu Mail (Jakarta Global University, Indonesia)
(6) Hexa Apriliana Hidayah Mail (Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Indonesia)
*corresponding author


The thyroid gland plays a very important role in hormonal regulation in the human body. If the thyroid gland has a disorder, it can affect the performance of body functions. The development of artificial intelligence technology today allows an expert such as a doctor to be helped by his work. One of the important roles of artificial intelligence is helping doctors, among others, to diagnose a patient to determine appropriate post-diagnosis care. The study aims to shed light on the role of artificial intelligence in the treatment of thyroid disorders.

The thyroid gland plays a very important role in hormonal regulation in the human body. If the thyroid gland has a disorder, it can affect the performance of body functions. The development of artificial intelligence technology today allows an expert such as a doctor to be helped by his work. One of the important roles of artificial intelligence is helping doctors, among others, to diagnose a patient to determine appropriate post-diagnosis care. The study aims to shed light on the role of artificial intelligence in the treatment of thyroid disorders.


Diagnose; Early detection; Expert system; Healthcare; Machine learning



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