Automatic chronic degenerative diseases identification using enteric nervous system images

@article{Felipe2021AutomaticCD,
  title={Automatic chronic degenerative diseases identification using enteric nervous system images},
  author={Gustavo Zanoni Felipe and Jacqueline Nelisis Zanoni and Camila Caviquioli Sehaber-Sierakowski and Gleison Daion Piovezana Bossolani and Sara Raquel Garcia de Souza and Franklin C{\'e}sar Flores and Luiz Oliveira and Rodolfo Miranda Pereira and Yandre M. G. Costa},
  journal={Neural Computing \& Applications},
  year={2021},
  volume={33},
  pages={15373 - 15395}
}
Studies recently accomplished on the Enteric Nervous System have shown that chronic degenerative diseases affect the Enteric Glial Cells (EGC) and, thus, the development of recognition methods able to identify whether or not the EGC are affected by these type of diseases may be helpful in its diagnoses. In this work, we propose the use of pattern recognition and machine learning techniques to evaluate if a given animal EGC image was obtained from a healthy individual or one affect by a chronic… 

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