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Computerized Multiparametric MR image Analysis for Prostate Cancer Aggressiveness-Assessment

@article{Banerjee2016ComputerizedMM,
  title={Computerized Multiparametric MR image Analysis for Prostate Cancer Aggressiveness-Assessment},
  author={Imon Banerjee and Lewis D. Hahn and Geoffrey A. Sonn and Richard E. Fan and D. Rubin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1612.00408}
}
We propose an automated method for detecting aggressive prostate cancer(CaP) (Gleason score >=7) based on a comprehensive analysis of the lesion and the surrounding normal prostate tissue which has been simultaneously captured in T2-weighted MR images, diffusion-weighted images (DWI) and apparent diffusion coefficient maps (ADC). The proposed methodology was tested on a dataset of 79 patients (40 aggressive, 39 non-aggressive). We evaluated the performance of a wide range of popular… 

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