A Review on Preprocessing Techniques for Digital Mammography Images

Abstract

Mammograms are the soft X-rays kind of imaging technique used for the detection of any lesions or cysts in breasts. Digital mammograms have many kinds of artifacts that affect the accuracy of the detection of tumor tissues in the automated Computer Aided Detection (CAD) system for mammograms. Preprocessing helps to remove such artifacts is an important step. Image preprocessing is used to maintain image efficiency in mammogram images there are many artifacts need to be removed like labels, patient name, muscle part, etc. and enhance the region of interest which helps for efficient segmentation and detection of tumor. The basic objective of this study is to evaluate and discuss different techniques and approaches proposed in order to enhance the breast cancer images and an efficient preprocessing technique for

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@inproceedings{Makandar2015ARO, title={A Review on Preprocessing Techniques for Digital Mammography Images}, author={Aziz Makandar and Bhagirathi Halalli and Naishil N. Shah and Tushar Ratanpara and C. K. Bhensdadia and Meenakshi Sundaram and Dhamodaran Sasikala and Prabha Rani and S Raja Bhushan Reddy and Farhan Akram and Jeong Heon Kim and Kwang Nam Choi and R . Poongothai and I. Laurence Aroquiaraj and Doraisamyraja Kalaivani and V. K. Govindan and P. S. Sathidevi}, year={2015} }