Correlating locations in ipsilateral breast tomosynthesis views using an analytical hemispherical compression model.

  title={Correlating locations in ipsilateral breast tomosynthesis views using an analytical hemispherical compression model.},
  author={Guido van Schie and C. Tanner and P. Snoeren and M. Samulski and K. Leifland and M. Wallis and N. Karssemeijer},
  journal={Physics in medicine and biology},
  volume={56 15},
To improve cancer detection in mammography, breast examinations usually consist of two views per breast. In order to combine information from both views, corresponding regions in the views need to be matched. In 3D digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), this may be a difficult and time-consuming task for radiologists, because many slices have to be inspected individually. For multiview computer-aided detection (CAD) systems, matching corresponding regions is an essential step that needs to be… Expand
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