Pathological Analysis of Blood Cells Using Deep Learning Techniques

@article{Ranga2020PathologicalAO,
  title={Pathological Analysis of Blood Cells Using Deep Learning Techniques},
  author={Virender Ranga and Shivam Gupta and Priyansh Agrawal and Jyoti Meena},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2111.03274}
}
The major area of work of pathologists is concerned with detecting the diseases and helping the patients in their healthcare and well-being. The present method used by pathologists for this purpose is manually viewing the slides using a microscope and other instruments. But this method suffers from a lot of problems, like there is no standard way of diagnosing, human errors and it puts a heavy load on the laboratory men to diagnose such a large number of slides daily. The slide viewing… 
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