Adapting multiple datasets for better mammography tumor detection
Abstract: In Sweden, women of age between of 40 and 74 go through regular screening of their breasts every 18-24 months. The screening mainly involves obtaining a mammogram and having radiologists analyze them to detect any sign of breast cancer. However reading a mammography image requires experienced radiologist, and the lack of radiologist reduces the hospital's operating efficiency. What's more, mammography from different facilities increases the difficulty of diagnosis. Our work proposed a deep learning segmentation system which could adapt to mammography from various facilities and locate the position of the tumor. We train and test our method on two public mammography datasets and do several experiments to find the best parameter setting for our system. The test segmentation results suggest that our system could play as an auxiliary diagnosis tool for breast cancer diagnosis and improves diagnostic accuracy and efficiency.
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