Computer-aided detection in chest radiography based on artificial intelligence: a survey

@article{Qin2018ComputeraidedDI,
  title={Computer-aided detection in chest radiography based on artificial intelligence: a survey},
  author={Chunli Qin and Demin Yao and Yonghong Shi and Zhijian Song},
  journal={BioMedical Engineering OnLine},
  year={2018},
  volume={17}
}
As the most common examination tool in medical practice, chest radiography has important clinical value in the diagnosis of disease. Thus, the automatic detection of chest disease based on chest radiography has become one of the hot topics in medical imaging research. Based on the clinical applications, the study conducts a comprehensive survey on computer-aided detection (CAD) systems, and especially focuses on the artificial intelligence technology applied in chest radiography. The paper… 
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