Deep Learning-Based Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Evaluation of Tumor, Node, and Metastasis Staging of Renal Cancer

Guocan Han, Weifeng Lin, Wei Lin, Gustavo Ramirez
2021 Scientific Programming  
This study was aimed to investigate the diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) based on deep dictionary learning in TNM (tumor, node, and metastasis) staging of renal cell carcinoma. In this study, 82 patients with renal cancer were selected as the research object. The results were diagnosed by deep dictionary learning MRI, and TNM staging was performed by professional imaging personnel. MRI image will be reconstructed after deep dictionary learning to improve its image
more » ... ion ability. The pathological diagnosis will be handed over to the physiological pathology laboratory of the hospital for diagnosis. The staging results were compared with the pathological diagnostic staging results, and the results were analyzed by consistency statistics to evaluate the diagnostic value. The results showed that T staging was significantly consistent with the pathological diagnosis. 2 cases were misdiagnosed, and the accuracy rate was 97.56%. Compared with the pathological diagnosis, N staging had less obvious consistency. 10 cases were misdiagnosed, and the accuracy rate was 87.80%. M staging was significantly consistent with the pathological diagnosis. 4 cases were misdiagnosed. The accuracy rate was 95.12%. After laparotomy, it was found that 37 patients had emboli and 45 patients had no emboli, while 40 patients had emboli and 42 patients had no emboli by MRI. The accuracy rate was 96.34%. The results showed that in the evaluation of TNM staging by MRI imaging based on deep dictionary learning in patients with renal cell carcinoma, the diagnostic results of N staging and M staging were highly consistent with the pathological diagnosis, while the diagnostic results of T staging were slightly less accurate, and the diagnostic consistency was good. The results can provide effective support for the clinical application of MRI imaging based on deep dictionary learning as the clinical diagnosis of TNM staging of renal cell carcinoma.
doi:10.1155/2021/5989870 fatcat:qzzax6huuzgzpiirpjcgvbcyvi