Automatic extraction of pectoral muscle in the MLO view of mammograms.

@article{Feudjio2013AutomaticEO,
  title={Automatic extraction of pectoral muscle in the MLO view of mammograms.},
  author={Cyrille Feudjio and Jens Klein and Alain Tiedeu and Olivier Colot},
  journal={Physics in medicine and biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={58 23},
  pages={8493-515}
}
A mammogram is the standard modality used for breast cancer screening. Computer-aided detection (CAD) approaches are helpful for improving breast cancer detection rates when applied to mammograms. However, automated analysis of a mammogram often leads to inaccurate results in the presence of the pectoral muscle. Therefore, it is necessary to first handle pectoral muscle segmentation separately before any further analysis of a mammogram. One difficulty to overcome when segmenting out pectoral… CONTINUE READING

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