Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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AKM B. Hossain , Muhammad S. Alam , Md. Sah Bin Hj. Salam
The requirement for quick and accurate evaluation of massive amounts of data has increased interest in MRI-based medical image processing of brain tumor studies.Early discovery of brain tumors is critical to a patient's treatment. Life expectancy is improved when brain tumors are discovered early. For expert brain tumor diagnosis, a time-consuming and difficult to perform manual segmentation is typically used.Medical images may be utilised for diagnosis, surgery planning, training, & research since they carry a wealth of information.The subject of tumor brain segmentation is currently being studied with the use of automatic segmentation. Traditional MRI brain tumor image segmentation approaches have been reviewed in a number of studies.Methods for segmenting brain tumors using MRI are reviewed in this research. Medical image analysis has just begun to make use of Deep Learning (DL) techniques, and this work examines DL as it pertains to the interpretation of MRI brain medical images.MRI-based image data may also be processed efficiently and objectively using deep learning approaches.For accurate brain diagnosis, multimodal brain tissue segmentation from medical imaging is crucial.Multimodal imaging technologies (“such as PET/CT and PET/MRI”) that include data from numerous imaging techniques are more effective in the segmentation of brain tumors. An overview of brain tumorsusing deep learning techniques is also discussed prior to discussion on. An evaluation of the existing status and potential advances to standardise MRI-based brain tumor segmentation technologies into everyday clinical routine is addressed at the end of this paper. In conclusion, the enormous amounts of Magnetic resonance visual information can also be processed efficiently and systematically evaluated using deep learning algorithms.
Brain tumor, deep learning, medical images, image segmentation. MRI images
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