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Comparison Of Breast MRI Tumor Classification Using Human-Engineered Radiomics, Transfer Learning From Deep Convolutional Neural Networks, And Fusion Method

H. M. Whitney, H. Li, Y. Ji, Peifang Liu, M. Giger
Published 2020 · Computer Science

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Digital image-based signatures of breast tumors may ultimately contribute to the design of patient-specific breast cancer diagnostics and treatments. Beyond traditional human-engineered computer vision methods, tumor classification methods using transfer learning from deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are actively under development. This article will first discuss our progress in using CNN-based transfer learning to characterize breast tumors for various diagnostic, prognostic, or predictive image-based tasks across multiple imaging modalities, including mammography, digital breast tomosynthesis, ultrasound (US), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), compared to both human-engineered feature-based radiomics and fusion classifiers created through combination of such features. Second, a new study is presented that reports on a comprehensive comparison of the classification performances of features derived from human-engineered radiomic features, CNN transfer learning, and fusion classifiers for breast lesions imaged with MRI. These studies demonstrate the utility of transfer learning for computer-aided diagnosis and highlight the synergistic improvement in classification performance using fusion classifiers.
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