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Title: Development of techniques to remove herringbone artifact in brain MRI images and analysis for detection and classification of abnormalities
Researcher: Vishnumurthy T D
Guide(s): Mohana H S ; Vaibhav A Meshram
Keywords: Abnormalities
University: Jain University
Completed Date: 14/06/2018
Abstract: In today`s healthcare, the human brain imaging is done for finding the tumors and other disorders of the brain. The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) plays a significant role throughout the complete clinical procedure starting from diagnostics and treatment planning to newlinesurgical processes and follow up studies. The MRI of brain allows the clinical expert for the earliest detection and treatment of brain abnormality (tumor or lesion) or any neurological diseases, which is the most treatable stage that gives patients the greatest chance of survival. The MRI technique offers far greater contrast between the different soft tissues of the brain when compared with the Computed Tomography (CT) and hence it is particularly suitable in newlinediagnosing brain related problems such as lesion or tumor. newline
Pagination: 126p.
Appears in Departments:Department of Electronics Engineering

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