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A Case Study on Brain Tumor Segmentation Using Content based Imaging

D. Sherlin1 , D. Murugan2

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Vol.6 , Issue.3 , pp.1-5, Jun-2018

Online published on Jun 30, 2018


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IEEE Style Citation: D. Sherlin, D. Murugan, “A Case Study on Brain Tumor Segmentation Using Content based Imaging”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Network Security and Communication, Vol.6, Issue.3, pp.1-5, 2018.

MLA Style Citation: D. Sherlin, D. Murugan "A Case Study on Brain Tumor Segmentation Using Content based Imaging." International Journal of Scientific Research in Network Security and Communication 6.3 (2018): 1-5.

APA Style Citation: D. Sherlin, D. Murugan, (2018). A Case Study on Brain Tumor Segmentation Using Content based Imaging. International Journal of Scientific Research in Network Security and Communication, 6(3), 1-5.

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Abstract :
Brain tumors are getting to be noticeably basic in the current world for which determination of the sickness is essential as the early forecast of the malady will spare the Life. There are different kinds of tumors are there out of which gliomas are the most well-known and forceful, as the life expectancy of the individual will be decreased. For such situation culminate design about the treatment is the great move keeping in mind the end goal to enhance the patient`s life. Tumor appraisal should be possible through different ways though MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is the for the most part utilized method. Be that as it may, the disadvantage in the MRI is the measure of information produced which will set aside gigantic measure of opportunity to recognize to affirm the nearness of tumor and correct area of tumor. To stay away from this and to enhance the precision of the fragmented tumors, another method has been proposed which is Content Based Imaging Technique. In this strategy there are three distinct stages are performed specifically pre-handling, arrangement and post-preparing. The first information picture is contrasted and the arrangement of database pictures and substance are contrasted with partitioned the brain tumor as it were. Likewise the sort of tumor will likewise be distinguished alongside the precision rate.

Key-Words / Index Term :
Brain, Braintumor, Brain tumor Segmentation, Gliomas, Malignant, Content based imaging

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