HAM10000 is a dataset of 10000 training images for detecting pigmented skin lesions. The authors collected dermatoscopic images from different populations, acquired and stored by different modalities.
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The ISIC 2018 dataset was published by the International Skin Imaging Collaboration (ISIC) as a large-scale dataset of dermoscopy images. This Task 1 dataset is the challenge on lesion segmentation. It includes 2594 images.
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The MSK dataset is a dataset for lesion recognition from the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. It is used as part of the ISIC lesion recognition challenges.
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The ISIC 2017 dataset was published by the International Skin Imaging Collaboration (ISIC) as a large-scale dataset of dermoscopy images. The Task 1 challenge dataset for lesion segmentation contains 2,000 images for training with ground truth segmentations (2000 binary mask images).
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BCN_20000 is a dataset composed of 19,424 dermoscopic images of skin lesions captured from 2010 to 2016 in the facilities of the Hospital Clínic in Barcelona. The dataset can be used for lesion recognition tasks such as lesion segmentation, lesion detection and lesion classification.
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Over 1.5K images selected from the public Kaggle DR Detection dataset; Five DR grades (DR0 / DR1 / DR2 / DR3 / DR4), re-labeled by a panel of 45 experienced ophthalmologists; Eight retinal lesion classes, including microaneurysm, intraretinal hemorrhage, hard exudate, cotton-wool spot, vitreous hemorrhage, preretinal hemorrhage, neovascularization and fibrous proliferation; Over 34K expert-labeled pixel-level lesion segments; Multi-task, i.e., lesion segmentation, lesion classification, and DR grading.
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The ISIC 2017 dataset was published by the International Skin Imaging Collaboration (ISIC) as a large-scale dataset of dermoscopy images. The Task 2 challenge dataset for lesion dermoscopic feature extraction contains the original lesion image, a corresponding superpixel mask, and superpixel-mapped expert annotations of the presence and absence of the following features: (a) network, (b) negative network, (c) streaks and (d) milia-like cysts.
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