Medical Image Enhancement Using Hybrid Techniques for Accurate Anomaly Detection And Malignancy Predication

  • Shilpa JoshiEmail author
  • R. K. Kulkarni
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 797)


Advanced pictures that got by any image procedure are routinely rotted by commotion as a result of various wellsprings of blocks that impact the estimation process. A shared objective crosswise over frameworks is to build the determination however much as could reasonably be expected to accomplish genuine isotropic picture which ought to be clearer, obscure free, and less uproarious. Different diffusion-based filtering strategies have been utilized, anisotropic diffusion (AD) or nonlinear diffusion (ND), which diminishes the spot/speckle noise in medical pictures. This proposition particularly in view of speckle reduction diffusion filter (SRDF), followed by utilization of super-resolution (SR) on these sifted and fragmented medicinal pictures of various imaging modalities combined advances like filtering, determination, and improvement helps in recognizing the variation or abnormality from the norm if any present in the picture. With the assistance of machine learning (ML), one can anticipate the status of the variation from the norm precisely. Along these lines, the objective of documenting high-definition (HD) pictures from minimal effort methodology is accomplished agreeably.


Medical image modalities Image preprocessing Super-resolution Feature extraction Malignancy prediction 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringVESITMumbaiIndia

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