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Tumorous Spinal Lesions: Computer Aided Diagnosis and Evaluation Based on CT Data – A Review

CHMELÍK, J. JAKUBÍČEK, R. JAN, J.

Original Title

Tumorous Spinal Lesions: Computer Aided Diagnosis and Evaluation Based on CT Data – A Review

English Title

Tumorous Spinal Lesions: Computer Aided Diagnosis and Evaluation Based on CT Data – A Review

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

“Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD)” methods are today considered an important means to facilitate and speed-up the work of medical experts, namely in detection, segmentation, and classification of both healthy and pathologic structures in medical image data. This paper provides an overview of such recently published methods aimed at analysing metastatic lesions in the spine using CT imaging. Also included are common methods of evaluation and efficiency verification of the published CAD systems. The methods of analysis and the respective CAD systems are mutually compared and their efficiencies, advantages, and drawbacks are discussed.

English abstract

“Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD)” methods are today considered an important means to facilitate and speed-up the work of medical experts, namely in detection, segmentation, and classification of both healthy and pathologic structures in medical image data. This paper provides an overview of such recently published methods aimed at analysing metastatic lesions in the spine using CT imaging. Also included are common methods of evaluation and efficiency verification of the published CAD systems. The methods of analysis and the respective CAD systems are mutually compared and their efficiencies, advantages, and drawbacks are discussed.

Keywords

metastases; spine lesions; tumour; classification; segmentation; computed tomography

Released

02.11.2017

Publisher

Bentham Science Publisher Ltd.

Pages from

686

Pages to

694

Pages count

9

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT134292,
  author="Jiří {Chmelík} and Roman {Jakubíček} and Jiří {Jan}",
  title="Tumorous Spinal Lesions: Computer Aided Diagnosis and Evaluation Based on CT Data – A Review",
  annote="“Computer Aided Diagnosis (CAD)” methods are today considered an important means to facilitate and speed-up the work of medical experts, namely in detection, segmentation, and classification of both healthy and pathologic structures in medical image data. This paper provides an overview of such recently published methods aimed at analysing metastatic lesions in the spine using CT imaging. Also included are common methods of evaluation and efficiency verification of the published CAD systems. The methods of analysis and the respective CAD systems are mutually compared and their efficiencies, advantages, and drawbacks are discussed.",
  address="Bentham Science Publisher Ltd.",
  chapter="134292",
  doi="10.2174/1573405613666170331102245",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Bentham Science Publisher Ltd.",
  number="5",
  volume="14",
  year="2017",
  month="november",
  pages="686--694",
  publisher="Bentham Science Publisher Ltd.",
  type="journal article"
}