Yıl 2018, Cilt 3, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 1 - 15 2019-01-01

ON THE USE OF DEEP LEARNING METHODS ON MEDICAL IMAGES

Zülfikar Aslan [1]

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Deep Learning algorithms have recently been reported to be successful in the analysis of images and voice. These algorithms, specifically Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), have also proven themselves to be highly promising on images produced by medical imaging technologies, as well. By use of deep learning algorithms, researchers have accomplished several tasks in this field including image classification, object and lesion detection and segmentation of different tissues in a medical image. Researchers mostly focused on medical images of neurons, retina, lungs, digital pathology, breast, heart, abdomen and skeleton system to take advantage of the Deep Learning approach. This study reviews literature studies of recent years that utilized Deep Learning algorithms on medical images in order to present a general picture of the relevant literature.


Deep Learning, medical images, CNN
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