A Preclinical Study on Radiomics-Driven Brain Tumor Prediction Using Deep Convolution Neural Network

Authors

  • S. Divya
  • K. Padmapriya
  • Dr.P. Ezhumalai

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i2.1774

Abstract

Radiomics is an exponentially increasing discipline that focuses on mapping the textural details found in various tissues for medical diagnosis. Nevertheless, high-end GPUs, the method of producing Radiomics artifacts is practically infeasible but can take a long time with radiological representation for some higher order functionality like Gray-level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM). Researchers created RadSynth, a deep Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) framework that constructs Radiomics images efficiently. For simulation of GLCM uncertainty artifacts through post-contrast DCE-MRI, RadSynth has been investigated on a prostate cancer therapeutics market of seventy patients. When compared to conventional GLCM entropy images, RadSynth offered great computational uncertainty images. We conclude from this evaluation that both spatial distribution and optimization influence psychic distance estimation, and experimental results are less resilient to varying image resolution rather than varied optimization frequency.

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2021-06-04

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