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Detection of Cancer Using Vector Quantization for Segmentation

Dr. H. B. Kekre, Ms.Tanuja Sarode, Ms.Saylee Gharge, Ms.Kavita Raut
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
This paper presents a vector quantization segmentation method to detect cancerous mass from mammogram images.  ...  microcalcifications.  ...  Nishikawa, "Automated detection of clustered microcalcifications in digital mammograms using wavelet transform techniques," SPIE Image Processing, vol. 2167, pp. 868-886, 1994. [14].  ... 
doi:10.5120/856-1199 fatcat:h3kscbprrzhyxei4etynnrobpu

Guest Editorial: Special Section on Biomedical Image Representation

Murray H. Loew
1999 Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI)  
, Guan, and Brown for a supervised neural network classifier for automated detection of microcalcification clusters in digitized mammograms.  ...  The nine papers published in this section represent only a few of the current issues involved with digital medical image acquisition, segmentation/ detection of contour, compression, 3D visualization,  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.482670 fatcat:xi2aw47mmnd7njsesbttcyvim4

Efficient Pre-processing of USF and MIAS Mammogram Images

Ayman A. AbuBaker, R.S .Qahwaji, Musbah J. Aqel, Hussam Al-Osta, Mohmmad H. Saleh
2007 Journal of Computer Science  
In this paper, a preprocessing technique for reducing the size and enhancing the quality of USF and MIAS mammogram images is introduced.  ...  The transmission of these images over the net is sometimes critical especially if the diagnosis of remote radiologists is required.  ...  William Maaieh, consultant of radiology at Al-Salt hospital, Dr. Ibrahim Shobash, consultant of radiology at Al-Basheer hospital , Dr. Essam Mansor and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2007.67.75 fatcat:gavzj7kg2nhhxlc5sqmla2twoy

INTELLIGENT DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF MICROCALCIFICATION IN COMPRESSED MAMMOGRAM IMAGE

Benjamin Joseph, Baskaran Ramachandran, Priyadharshini Muthukrishnan
2015 Image Analysis and Stereology  
Moreover it gives good classification responses for compressed mammogram image.  ...  The main contribution of this article is introducing an intelligent classifier to distinguish between benign and malignant areas of micro-calcification in companded mammogram image which is not proved  ...  JOSEPH AB ET AL: Intelligent detection and classification of microcalcification in compressed mammogram image PNN ARCHITECTURE FOR CLASSIFICATION OF MICRO-CALCIFICATION Probabilistic Neural Network  ... 
doi:10.5566/ias.1290 fatcat:p677ril4zfhl3ikpzydobrp43u

Medical image analysis with artificial neural networks

J. Jiang, P. Trundle, J. Ren
2010 Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics  
After this section, four sections are organised to provide detailed descriptions of neural network applications in the areas of computer aided diagnosis, image segmentation and edge detection, image registration  ...  Other applications of ANN include data compression [33-38, 41], image enhancement and noise suppression [39, 40, 43, 44], and disease prediction [N12, N16] etc.  ...  [1] developed a computer-aided detection system to identify microcalcification clusters automatically on full field digital mammograms (FFDMs).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compmedimag.2010.07.003 pmid:20713305 fatcat:iycrdoy4yfgjfof2ml4xk7iz6i

Breast screening radiographers and radiologists: performance and confidence levels on the PERFORMS film sets

HJ Scott, AG Gale, CE Griffiths
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  Each study participant had a digital mammogram and a film examination. A follow-up mammogram was obtained 1 year after the initial study to determine breast health status.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr829 fatcat:mrzj6wlf5zax5l6u77eyif546i

Anniversary Paper: Image processing and manipulation through the pages ofMedical Physics

Samuel G. Armato, Bram van Ginneken
2008 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
The language of radiology has gradually evolved from "the film" ͑the foundation of radiology since Wilhelm Roentgen's 1895 discovery of x-rays͒ to "the image," an electronic manifestation of a radiologic  ...  The prominent role of medical physicists and the AAPM in the advancement of medical image processing methods, and in the establishment of the "image" as the fundamental entity in radiology and radiation  ...  A region of a mammogram ͑b͒ prior to and ͑c͒ after optical processing. ͑Reprinted with permission from Ref. 5.͒ FIG. 2. Schematic diagram of a laser-scanning film digitizer. ͑  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.2977537 pmid:18975696 fatcat:wmrniiwamvbnpiaoouvrlpp43m

Image Compression in Morphometry Studies Requiring 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance: Procedure Is Key with TIFFs and Various JPEG Compression Strengths

MARK TENGOWSKI
2004 Toxicologic pathology (Print)  
Digital images were stored as either uncompressed TIFFs or in one of five different levels of JPEG compression.  ...  A procedure to digitally acquire and JPEG compress images prior to image analysis has the potential to reduce file archiving demands without compromising reproducibility of data.  ...  Measuring microcalcification clusters in digitized mammograms, Zheng et al. (2000) present data suggesting that digitized and compressed images did not affect that ability of the computer to detect several  ... 
doi:10.1080/01926230490274399 pmid:15200165 fatcat:sbef5jmzfzff3j3jjeontvcuda

Digital imaging: Digital Mammography Imaging Screening Trial Project

M Rebner
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr852 fatcat:rmpjr7c5fjay5ghg73ytfuedhu

Audit of stereotactic core biopsies for microcalcification

S Chandrasekharan, R Whitney, M Scott, S Siva Nanthan, E Goes
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr884 fatcat:4mazpjncgjhgjlzyco3clvvdhi

The impact of digital stereotactic devices on examination times

A Burch, K Gower-Thomas
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr859 fatcat:pdxex7egnffm3ivqmmrsywrqgy

Breast compression revisited

AE Poulos, D McLean, MT Rickard, R Heard
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr862 fatcat:c6cdffzp2fdjbgihnehgs3xvz4

Compression/encryption technology applied to Dicom/digitised mammography

RW Grant, MJ Alsewan, MC Devlin
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr860 fatcat:izetgdjf3zc4pe5kajdogyvfk4

Computer-aided detection (CAD): the case for

S Destounis
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr854 fatcat:fpptbrzsbbgyxautpn6oequbvm

Size distribution of screen-detected and interval cancers according to breast density suggests reduced screening benefit for women with higher density breasts

C Nickson, AM Kavanagh, GB Byrnes
2004 Breast Cancer Research  
Twenty-five years after its first description the p53 protein has been shown to play a key role in both cancer and ageing.  ...  The pharmaceutical regulation of the p53 pathway offers great hope for improved treatment of human cancer.  ...  A separate analysis of all pixels in the image for both original and compressed formats give an indication of 'Lossless' and 'Lossy' 1/3 levels.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr833 fatcat:4vukumc4s5a4tfqlmglpcxwgdu
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