Vasillis Tanos

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The objective of this study was to develop a CAD system for the classification of hysteroscopy images of the endometrium based on color texture analysis for the early detection of gynaecological cancer. A total of 416 Regions of Interest (ROIs) of the endometrium were extracted (208 normal and 208 abnormal) from 40 subjects. RGB images were gamma corrected(More)
— The use of multiscale AM-FM analysis systems has been recently demonstrated in a variety of applications in medical image analysis. In all of these applications, a fixed filter-bank is used as a preprocessing step for estimating different AM-FM components from different scales. In this paper, for the first time, we introduce the use of an adaptive,(More)
In this paper, a simplified 2D navigation system for hysteroscopy imaging was introduced. This system was evaluated in virtual endometrium models, and the position sensor measurement errors were very small and acceptable by the physician. The 2D navigation system, combined with quantitative image analysis will help the physician in gaining a better(More)
The objective of this study was to classify hysteroscopy images of the endometrium based on texture analysis for the early detection of gynaecological cancer. A total of 418 regions of interest (ROIs) were extracted (209 normal and 209 abnormal) from 40 subjects. Images were gamma corrected and were converted to gray scale. The following texture features(More)
The paper presents the development of a computer-aided diagnostic (CAD) system for the early detection of endometrial cancer. The proposed CAD system supports reproducibility through texture feature standardization, standardized multifeature selection, and provides physicians with comparative distributions of the extracted texture features. The CAD system(More)
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