Applying Deep Neural Networks on Medical Data to Detect Brain Tumor (2023)
Dileep P , Nagaraju I, Revathy P JCR. 2023: 288-295
Intracraneal tumors are cell groupings, which normally develop unchecked. Brain tumors cause one in five cancer - related deaths. Prenatal recognition and assessment of brain cancers is a key preventative medical strategy with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). For this aim, there are several segmentation approaches. The fundamental problem of present approaches is low segmentation efficiency. In this article, we employ a Deep Learning (DL) strategy to improve the precise segmentation of tumors in MR images. With numerous picture sizes, cascade method is utilized to stimulate both micro and macro perspectives as well as allow the system to achieve greater precision. Our test outcomes suggested that the use of several levels and the use of two cascades is beneficial.
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