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Automatic Detection and Measurement of Structures in Fetal Head Ultrasound Volumes Using Sequential Estimation and Integrated Detection Network (IDN)

Michal Sofka, Jingdan Zhang, Sara Good, S. Kevin Zhou, Dorin Comaniciu
2014 IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging  
Since a joint model is difficult to obtain in most practical situations, the structures are detected in a sequence, one-by-one.  ...  The probabilistic model helps solve many challenges present in the ultrasound images of the fetus such as speckle noise, signal drop-out, shadows caused by bones, and appearance variations caused by the  ...  The search range in our technique is part of the model that is learned from the training data.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmi.2014.2301936 pmid:24770911 fatcat:ln5scue5lrfdjm4otquk7jhkiu


Suresh Rangoji Rao
2021 Zenodo  
remained as a crucial teaching tool for learning anatomy.  ...  in teaching anatomy to the medical student, in view of the fact that the medical practitioner would deal with anatomy through forms of living anatomy and medical imaging (McLachlan et al., 2004) .  ...  The variation in the number of arteries is because of persistence of lateral splanchnic arteries [2] or due to the persistence of blood supply from lower level than normal. [3] All the accessory renal  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5148091 fatcat:t4ib7yinczcfzctbraaaeldtnu