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Fast and accurate detection of Covid-19-related pneumonia from chest X-ray images with novel deep learning model

@article{Ramadhan2020FastAA,
  title={Fast and accurate detection of Covid-19-related pneumonia from chest X-ray images with novel deep learning model},
  author={M. M. Ramadhan and Alfarih Faza and Lukmanda Evan Lubis and Reyhan E Yunus and T. Salamah and Diah Handayani and Iva Dewi Lestariningsih and A. Resa and C. R. Alam and Prawito Prajitno and Supriyanto A. Pawiro and Prijo Sidipratomo and Djarwani S. Soejoko},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Background: Novel coronavirus disease has spread rapidly worldwide. As recent radiological literatures on Covid-19 related pneumonia is primarily focused on CT findings, the American College of Radiology (ACR) recommends using portable chest X-radiograph (CXR). A tool to assist for detection and monitoring of Covid-19 cases from CXR is highly required. Purpose: To develop a fully automatic framework to detect Covid-19 related pneumonia using CXR images and evaluate its performance. Materials… Expand

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