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CNN-based Automatic Detection of Bone Conditions via Diagnostic CT Images for Osteoporosis Screening.

@article{Tang2019CNNbasedAD,
  title={CNN-based Automatic Detection of Bone Conditions via Diagnostic CT Images for Osteoporosis Screening.},
  author={Chao Tang and Wenkun Zhang and Hai-ting Li and Lei Li and Ziheng Li and Ailong Cai and Linyuan Wang and Dapeng Shi and Bin Yan},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
  year={2019}
}
Purpose: The purpose is to design a novelty automatic diagnostic method for osteoporosis screening by using the potential capability of convolutional neural network (CNN) in feature representation and extraction, which can be incorporated into the procedure of routine CT diagnostic in physical examination thereby improving the osteoporosis diagnosis and reducing the patient burden. Methods: The proposed convolutional neural network-based method mainly comprises two functional modules to perform… 

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