Quantifying emphysema extent from weakly labeled CT scans of the lungs using label proportions learning

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Quantifying emphysema extent from weakly labeled CT scans of the lungs using label proportions learning. / Ørting, Silas Nyboe; Petersen, Jens; Wille, Mathilde; Thomsen, Laura; de Bruijne, Marleen.

The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis. red. / Reinhard R. Beichel; Keyvan Farahani; Colin Jacobs; Sven Kabus; Atilla P. Kiraly; Jan-Martin Kuhnigk; Jamie R. McClelland; Kensaku Mori; Jens Petersen; Simon Rit. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform , 2016. s. 31-42.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Ørting, SN, Petersen, J, Wille, M, Thomsen, L & de Bruijne, M 2016, Quantifying emphysema extent from weakly labeled CT scans of the lungs using label proportions learning. i RR Beichel, K Farahani, C Jacobs, S Kabus, AP Kiraly, J-M Kuhnigk, JR McClelland, K Mori, J Petersen & SR (red), The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform , s. 31-42, Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis, Athen, Grækenland, 21/10/2016.

APA

Ørting, S. N., Petersen, J., Wille, M., Thomsen, L., & de Bruijne, M. (2016). Quantifying emphysema extent from weakly labeled CT scans of the lungs using label proportions learning. I R. R. Beichel, K. Farahani, C. Jacobs, S. Kabus, A. P. Kiraly, J-M. Kuhnigk, J. R. McClelland, K. Mori, J. Petersen, ... S. R. (red.), The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis (s. 31-42). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform .

Vancouver

Ørting SN, Petersen J, Wille M, Thomsen L, de Bruijne M. Quantifying emphysema extent from weakly labeled CT scans of the lungs using label proportions learning. I Beichel RR, Farahani K, Jacobs C, Kabus S, Kiraly AP, Kuhnigk J-M, McClelland JR, Mori K, Petersen J, SR, red., The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform . 2016. s. 31-42

Author

Ørting, Silas Nyboe ; Petersen, Jens ; Wille, Mathilde ; Thomsen, Laura ; de Bruijne, Marleen. / Quantifying emphysema extent from weakly labeled CT scans of the lungs using label proportions learning. The Sixth International Workshop on Pulmonary Image Analysis. red. / Reinhard R. Beichel ; Keyvan Farahani ; Colin Jacobs ; Sven Kabus ; Atilla P. Kiraly ; Jan-Martin Kuhnigk ; Jamie R. McClelland ; Kensaku Mori ; Jens Petersen ; Simon Rit. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform , 2016. s. 31-42

Bibtex

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abstract = "Quantification of emphysema extent is important in diagnosing and monitoring patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Several studies have shown that emphysema quantification by supervised texture classification is more robust and accurate than traditional densitometry. Current techniques require highly time consuming manual annotations of patches or use only weak labels indicating overall disease status (e.g, COPD or healthy). We show how visual scoring of regional emphysema extent can be exploited in a learning with label proportions (LLP) framework to both predict presence of emphysema in smaller patches and estimate regional extent. We evaluate performance on 195 visually scored CT scans and achieve an intraclass correlation of 0.72 (0.65–0.78) between predicted region extent and expert raters. To our knowledge this is the first time that LLP methods have been applied to medical imaging data.",
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