A High-Resolution Chest CT-Scan Image Dataset for COVID-19 Diagnosis and Differentiation

  title={A High-Resolution Chest CT-Scan Image Dataset for COVID-19 Diagnosis and Differentiation},
  author={Iraj Abedi and Mahsa Vali and Bentolhoda Otroshi Shahreza and Hamidreza Bolhasani},
During the COVID-19 pandemic, computed tomography (CT) is a good way to diagnose COVID-19 patients. HRCT (High-Resolution Computed Tomography) is a form of computed tomography that uses advanced methods to improve image resolution. Publicly accessible COVID-19 CT image datasets are very difficult to come by due to privacy concerns, which impedes the study and development of AI-powered COVID-19 diagnostic algorithms based on CT images. To address this problem, we have introduced HRCTv1-COVID-19… 

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