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Automatic evaluation of collagen fibre directions from polarized light microscopy images

NOVÁK, K. POLZER, S. TICHÝ, M. BURŠA, J.

Original Title

Automatic evaluation of collagen fibre directions from polarized light microscopy images

English Title

Automatic evaluation of collagen fibre directions from polarized light microscopy images

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

We proposed a new procedure for evaluating directions of collagen fibres on the basis of phase correlation between images. This approach is several orders faster than manual measurement. Although some 3000 points were measured in each set of PLI, our evaluation took only 20 minutes with a standard PC, including the time for capturing the images. Manual measuring of the same number of points would take several days of work. It also means that the proposed approach is able to provide not only qualitative but also quantitative insight on the collagen fibre distribution.

English abstract

We proposed a new procedure for evaluating directions of collagen fibres on the basis of phase correlation between images. This approach is several orders faster than manual measurement. Although some 3000 points were measured in each set of PLI, our evaluation took only 20 minutes with a standard PC, including the time for capturing the images. Manual measuring of the same number of points would take several days of work. It also means that the proposed approach is able to provide not only qualitative but also quantitative insight on the collagen fibre distribution.

Keywords

Polarized light microscopy, collagen fibres, Picrosirius red staining, principal direction

Released

20.07.2014

Pages from

1

Pages to

2

Pages count

2

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@misc{BUT115980,
  author="Kamil {Novák} and Stanislav {Polzer} and Michal {Tichý} and Jiří {Burša}",
  title="Automatic evaluation of collagen fibre directions from polarized light microscopy images",
  annote="We proposed a new procedure for evaluating directions of collagen fibres on the basis of
phase correlation between images. This approach is several orders faster than manual
measurement. Although some 3000 points were measured in each set of PLI, our evaluation
took only 20 minutes with a standard PC, including the time for capturing the images.
Manual measuring of the same number of points would take several days of work. It also
means that the proposed approach is able to provide not only qualitative but also quantitative
insight on the collagen fibre distribution.",
  chapter="115980",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2014",
  month="july",
  pages="1--2",
  type="abstract"
}