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A Deep Learning Based Workflow for Detection of Lung Nodules With Chest Radiograph

@article{Tai2021ADL,
  title={A Deep Learning Based Workflow for Detection of Lung Nodules With Chest Radiograph},
  author={Yan Tai and Yupeng Fang and Fang-Yi Su and Jung-Hsien Chiang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.10184}
}
MATERIALS AND METHODS: We collected CXRs from NCKUH database and VBD, an open-source medical image dataset, as our training and validation data. A number of CXRs from the Ministry of Health and Welfare(MOHW) database served as our test data. We built a segmentation model to identify lung areas from CXRs, and sliced them into 16 patches. Physicians labeled the CXRs by clicking the patches. These labeled patches were then used to train and fine-tune a deep neural network(DNN) model, classifying… 

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