The efficacy of automated "disease/no disease" grading for diabetic retinopathy in a systematic screening programme.

@article{Philip2007TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of automated "disease/no disease" grading for diabetic retinopathy in a systematic screening programme.},
  author={Schniter Philip and Alan D. Fleming and Keith A. Goatman and Sofia Fonseca and Paul McNamee and Graham S Scotland and Gordon Prescott and Peter F. Sharp and John A. Olson},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={2007},
  volume={91 11},
  pages={1512-7}
}
AIM To assess the efficacy of automated "disease/no disease" grading for diabetic retinopathy within a systematic screening programme. METHODS Anonymised images were obtained from consecutive patients attending a regional primary care based diabetic retinopathy screening programme. A training set of 1067 images was used to develop automated grading algorithms. The final software was tested using a separate set of 14 406 images from 6722 patients. The sensitivity and specificity of manual and… CONTINUE READING
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