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Multi-Label Classification of Thoracic Diseases using Dense Convolutional Network on Chest Radiographs

@article{Bhusal2022MultiLabelCO,
  title={Multi-Label Classification of Thoracic Diseases using Dense Convolutional Network on Chest Radiographs},
  author={Dipkamal Bhusal and Sanjeeb Prasad Panday},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2202.03583}
}
Chest X-ray images are one of the most common medical diagnosis techniques to identify different thoracic diseases. However, identification of pathologies in X-ray images requires skilled manpower and are often cited as a time-consuming task with varied level of interpretation, particularly in cases where the identification of disease only by images is difficult for human eyes. With recent achievements of deep learning in image classification, its application in disease diagnosis has been… 

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