Deep Learning Based Cardiac MRI Segmentation: Do We Need Experts?

@article{Skandarani2021DeepLB,
  title={Deep Learning Based Cardiac MRI Segmentation: Do We Need Experts?},
  author={Youssef Skandarani and Pierre-Marc Jodoin and Alain Lalande},
  journal={Algorithms},
  year={2021},
  volume={14},
  pages={212}
}
Deep learning methods are the de facto solutions to a multitude of medical image analysis tasks. Cardiac MRI segmentation is one such application, which, like many others, requires a large number of annotated data so that a trained network can generalize well. Unfortunately, the process of having a large number of manually curated images by medical experts is both slow and utterly expensive. In this paper, we set out to explore whether expert knowledge is a strict requirement for the creation… Expand

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