Trends in DNN Model Based Classification and Segmentation of Brain Tumor Detection

Pooja Kataria, Ayush Dogra, Tripti Sharma, Bhawna Goyal
2022 The Open Neuroimaging Journal  
Due to the complexities of scrutinizing and diagnosing brain tumors from MR images, brain tumor analysis has become one of the most indispensable concerns. Characterization of a brain tumor before any treatment, such as radiotherapy, requires decisive treatment planning and accurate implementation. As a result, early detection of brain tumors is imperative for better clinical outcomes and subsequent patient survival. Introduction: Brain tumor segmentation is a crucial task in medical image
more » ... sis. Because of tumor heterogeneity and varied intensity patterns, manual segmentation takes a long time, limiting the use of accurate quantitative interventions in clinical practice. Automated computer-based brain tumor image processing has become more valuable with technological advancement. With various imaging and statistical analysis tools, deep learning algorithms offer a viable option to enable health care practitioners to rule out the disease and estimate the growth. Methods: This article presents a comprehensive evaluation of conventional machine learning models as well as evolving deep learning techniques for brain tumor segmentation and classification. Conclusion: In this manuscript, a hierarchical review has been presented for brain tumor segmentation and detection. It is found that the segmentation methods hold a wide margin of improvement in the context of the implementation of adaptive thresholding and segmentation methods, the feature training and mapping requires redundancy correction, the input data training needs to be more exhaustive and the detection algorithms are required to be robust in terms of handling online input data analysis/tumor detection.
doi:10.2174/18744400-v15-e2206290 fatcat:5pg7xibxu5hrtbstgyt7iqd2x4