no code implementations • 26 Nov 2020 • Aoxiao Zhong, Xiang Li, Dufan Wu, Hui Ren, Kyungsang Kim, YoungGon Kim, Varun Buch, Nir Neumark, Bernardo Bizzo, Won Young Tak, Soo Young Park, Yu Rim Lee, Min Kyu Kang, Jung Gil Park, Byung Seok Kim, Woo Jin Chung, Ning Guo, Ittai Dayan, Mannudeep K. Kalra, Quanzheng Li
These results demonstrate our deep metric learning based image retrieval model is highly efficient in the CXR retrieval, diagnosis and prognosis, and thus has great clinical value for the treatment and management of COVID-19 patients.
Patlak model is widely used in 18F-FDG dynamic positron emission tomography (PET) imaging, where the estimated parametric images reveal important biochemical and physiology information.
Positron emission tomography (PET) is widely used for clinical diagnosis.
As the six networks are trained with image patches consisting of both individual cells and touching/overlapping cells, they can effectively recognize cell types that are presented in multi-instance image samples.
Imaging-based early diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease (AD) has become an effective approach, especially by using nuclear medicine imaging techniques such as Positron Emission Topography (PET).
In this work, we developed a network inference method from incomplete data ("PathInf") , as massive and non-uniformly distributed missing values is a common challenge in practical problems.
The representation is expressed using a deep neural network with the patient's prior images as network input.
Image analysis using more than one modality (i. e. multi-modal) has been increasingly applied in the field of biomedical imaging.
However, the development of a robust and reliable deep learning model for computer-aided diagnosis is still highly challenging due to the combination of the high heterogeneity in the medical images and the relative lack of training samples.