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Constructing Benchmark Databases And Protocols For Medical Image Analysis: Diabetic Retinopathy

Constructing Benchmark Databases And Protocols For Medical Image Analysis: Diabetic Retinopathy

Constructing Benchmark Databases and Protocols for Medical Image Analysis: Diabetic Retinopathy Tomi Kauppi ,1 Joni-Kristian Kmrinen ,2 Lasse Lensu ,1,* Valentina Kalesnykiene ,3 Iiris Sorri ,3 Hannu Uusitalo ,4 and Heikki Klviinen 1 1Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition Laboratory, Department of Mathematics and Physics, Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Skinnarilankatu 34, FI-53850 Lappeenranta, Finland Find articles by Joni-Kristian Kmrinen 1Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition Laboratory, Department of Mathematics and Physics, Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Skinnarilankatu 34, FI-53850 Lappeenranta, Finland 1Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition Laboratory, Department of Mathematics and Physics, Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Skinnarilankatu 34, FI-53850 Lappeenranta, Finland 1Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition Laboratory, Department of Mathematics and Physics, Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT), Skinnarilankatu 34, FI-53850 Lappeenranta, Finland 2Department of Signal Processing, Tampere University of Technology, Korkeakoulunkatu 10, FI-33720 Tampere, Finland 3Department of Ophthalmology, University of Eastern Finland, Yliopistonranta 1, FI-70211 Kuopio, Finland 4Department of Ophthalmology, University of Tampere, Biokatu 14, FI-33520 Tampere, Finland Received 2013 Jan 25; Accepted 2013 May 26. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. We address the performance evaluation practices for developing medical image analysis methods, in particular, how to establish and share databases of medi Continue reading >>

High-resolution Fundus (hrf) Image Database

High-resolution Fundus (hrf) Image Database

High-Resolution Fundus (HRF) Image Database This database has been established by a collaborative research group to support comparative studies on automatic segmentation algorithms on retinal fundus images. The database will be iteratively extended and the webpage will be improved. We would like to help researchers in the evaluation of segmentation algorithms. We encourage anyone working with segmentation algorithms who found our database useful to send us their evaluation results with a reference to a paper where it is described. This way we can extend our database of algorithms with the given results to keep it always up-to-date. The database can be used freely for research purpuses. If you are using our database to evaluate your methods, please cite Budai, Attila; Bock, Rdiger; Maier, Andreas; Hornegger, Joachim; Michelson, Georg. Robust Vessel Segmentation in Fundus Images . International Journal of Biomedical Imaging, vol. 2013, 2013 The public database contains at the moment 15 images of healthy patients, 15 images of patients with diabetic retinopathy and 15 images of glaucomatous patients. Binary gold standard vessel segmentation images are available for each image. Also the masks determining field of view (FOV) are provided for particular datasets. The gold standard data is generated by a group of experts working in the field of retinal image analysis and clinicians from the cooperated ophthalmology clinics. We intend to add further gold standard data to the existing images to help the evaluation of algorithms which localize the macula, optic disc, or differentiate between arteries and veins. Earlier stages of the datasets are available here We captured 18 image pairs of the same eye from 18 human subjects using a Canon CR-1 fundus camera with a field of view Continue reading >>

Retinopathy Online Challenge

Retinopathy Online Challenge

Welcome to the Retinopathy Online Challenge (ROC) website. We have experienced some major problems with our database server and can only provide you with the image files by download.View data, data annotation, registration, and submission are no longer possible. Datasets may be downloaded using the links below.) The ROC aims to help patients with diabetes through improving computer aided detection and diagnosis (CAD) of diabetic retinopathy . Diabetic retinopathy is the second largest cause of blindness in the US and Europe. Most visual loss and blindness from diabetic retinopathy can be prevented through early diagnosis or screening. Computer algorithms have been developed in order to detect the signs of diabetic retinopathy from retinal images obtained using a digital retinal camera. However, few, if any of these algorithms have been applied in clinical practice. ROC facilitates the translation of diabetic retinopathy CAD into clinical practice by: enabling any medical image analysis research group to develop diabetic retinopathy CAD algorithms by offering a training set of retinal images with reference standard provided by internationally accepted retinal experts. evaluating the output of a diabetic retinopathy CAD algorithm in a uniform manner on a supplied test set, allowing algorithms to be compared both to other algorithms and retinal experts. organizing meetings and workshops at international conferences to compare CAD systems, following the paradigm of revolution through competition. Currently, we have released a first data set, aimed at CAD of microaneurysms and dot hemorrhages. These abnormalities are amongst the first signs of the presence of diabetic retinopathy. For some example lesions see Figure 1 below. On this site, interested research groups and comp Continue reading >>

Diabetic Retinal Fundus Images: Preprocessing And Feature Extraction For Early Detection Of Diabetic Retinopathy | Biomedical And Pharmacology Journal

Diabetic Retinal Fundus Images: Preprocessing And Feature Extraction For Early Detection Of Diabetic Retinopathy | Biomedical And Pharmacology Journal

Diabetic Retinal Fundus Images: Preprocessing and Feature Extraction for Early Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy Dilip Singh Sisodia, Shruti Nair and Pooja Khobragade National Institute of Technology, Raipur. Corresponding Author E-mail: [email protected] DOI : The investigation of clinical reports suggested that more than ten percent patients with diabetes have a high risk of eye issues. Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is an eye ailment which influences eighty to eighty-five percent of the patients who have diabetes for more than ten years. The retinal fundus images are commonly used for detection and analysis of diabetic retinopathy disease in clinics. The raw retinal fundus images are very hard to process by machine learning algorithms. In this paper, pre-processing of raw retinal fundus images are performed using extraction of green channel, histogram equalization, image enhancement and resizing techniques. Fourteen features are also extracted from pre-processed images for quantitative analysis. The experiments are performed using Kaggle Diabetic Retinopathy dataset, and the results are evaluated by considering the mean value and standard deviation for extracted features. The result yielded exudate area as the best-ranked feature with a mean difference of 1029.7. The result attributed due to its complete absence in normal diabetic images and its simultaneous presence in the three classes of diabetic retinopathy images namely mild, normal and severe. Diabetic retinopathy; image processing; retinal fundus images; feature extraction exudate area Sisodia D. S, Nair S, Khobragade P. Diabetic Retinal Fundus Images: Preprocessing and Feature Extraction for Early Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy. Biomed Pharmacol J 2017;10(2). Sisodia D. S, Nair S, Khobragade P. Diabetic Continue reading >>

Cornell University: Computer Vision And Image Analysis Group

Cornell University: Computer Vision And Image Analysis Group

Micro-CT murin images and measurements for the following paper:M. Li, A. Jirapatnakul, M. L. Riccio, R. S. Weiss, and A. P. Reeves, "Growth pattern analysis of murine lung neoplasms by advanced semi-automated quantification of micro-ct images," PLOS ONE, 8(12):e83806, 2013 In addition to the databases shown above the VIA and ELCAP groups have madecontributions to The National Cancer Institute (NCI) efforts to provide publicimage databases. In particular we have contributed to the following projects: The Lung Image Database Consortium (LIDC) The Image Database Resource Initiative (IDRI) The Reference Image Database to Evaluate Response (RIDER) The public databases for these projects can be accessed through the The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA) . As a service to the medical imaging community, we have sought to compile alist of publicly available/accessible medical image databases for thedevelopment and analysis of medical image software and computer aideddetection/diagnosis tools, as well as challenges performed on various modalities. Since there are now many more challenges and datasets publically available,as of 2014 we are no longer actively updating this list. Unrestricted Access unless otherwise noted JSRT Digital Image Database. Digital Chest X-ray database with images containing lung nodulesas well as negative cases, with ground truth location and diagnosis provided. JSRT Database Page SCR database: Segmentation in Chest Radiographs. Digital Chest X-ray database established tofacilitate comparative studies on segmentation of the lung fields, the heart and the clavicles instandard posterior-anterior chest radiographs. Image Sciences Institute: SCR database LIDC - NCIA Collection - Lung Image Database Consortium. Imagedatabase with lung lesions marked by up to four Continue reading >>

Diaretdb1 - Standard Diabetic Retinopathy Database

Diaretdb1 - Standard Diabetic Retinopathy Database

Copyright IMAGERET project. All rights reserved. Last modified: $Date: 2007/06/19 10:03:24 $ DIARETDB1 - Standard Diabetic Retinopathy Database This is a public database for benchmarking diabetic retinopathydetection from digital images. The main objective of the designhas been to unambiguously define a database and atesting protocol which can be used to benchmark diabetic retinopathydetection methods. By using this database and the defined testingprotocol, the results between different methods can be compared. Formore information refer to the documentation. The database can be freely downloaded and used for scientific research purposes. You are not allowed redistribute or modify it. Proper citing of this resource is expected if the database is used in research or other reporting. The database is meant to be useful, but it is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, and without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Inclusion of this database or even parts of it in a proprietary program is not allowed without a written permission from the owners of the copyright. If you wish to obtain such a permission, you should contact Machine Vision and Pattern Recognition Research Group Laboratory of Information Processing Lappeenranta University of Technology PO Box 20 FI-53851 Lappeenranta FINLAND or owner-diaretdblists.lut.fi (in the address, replace the string with @, please). All communication related to the database updates and announcements of future releases will be carried out through the diaretdb mailing list. You can subscribe the list by sending a message to the address diaretdb-onlists.lut.fi by using your default e-mail system. You will get a confirmation with further instructions after your subscription. If you find any errors or Continue reading >>

Uci Machine Learning Repository: Diabetic Retinopathy Debrecen Data Set Data Set

Uci Machine Learning Repository: Diabetic Retinopathy Debrecen Data Set Data Set

Diabetic Retinopathy Debrecen Data Set Data Set Abstract: This dataset contains features extracted from the Messidor image set to predict whether an image contains signs of diabetic retinopathy or not. 1. Dr. Balint Antal, Department of Computer Graphics and Image Processing Faculty of Informatics, University of Debrecen, 4010, Debrecen, POB 12, Hungary 2. Dr. Andras Hajdu, Department of Computer Graphics and Image Processing Faculty of Informatics, University of Debrecen, 4010, Debrecen, POB 12, Hungary This dataset contains features extracted from the Messidor image set to predict whether an image contains signs of diabetic retinopathy or not. All features represent either a detected lesion, a descriptive feature of a anatomical part or an image-level descriptor. The underlying method image analysis and feature extraction as well as our classification technique is described in Balint Antal, Andras Hajdu: An ensemble-based system for automatic screening of diabetic retinopathy, Knowledge-Based Systems 60 (April 2014), 20-27. The image set (Messidor) is available at [Web Link] . 0) The binary result of quality assessment. 0 = bad quality 1 = sufficient quality. 1) The binary result of pre-screening, where 1 indicates severe retinal abnormality and 0 its lack. 2-7) The results of MA detection. Each feature value stand for the number of MAs found at the confidence levels alpha = 0.5, . . . , 1, respectively. 8-15) contain the same information as 2-7) for exudates. However, as exudates are represented by a set of points rather than the number of pixels constructing the lesions, these features are normalized by dividing the number of lesions with the diameter of the ROI to compensate different image 16) The euclidean distance of the center of the macula and the center of t Continue reading >>

Idrid - Home

Idrid - Home

The aim of this challenge is to evaluate algorithms for automated detection and grading of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema using retinal fundus images. Diabetic Retinopathy is the most prevalent cause of avoidable vision impairment, mainly affecting working age population in the world. Recent research has given a better understanding of requirement in clinical eye care practice to identify better and cheaper ways of identification, management, diagnosis and treatment of retinal disease. The importance of diabetic retinopathy screening programs and difficulty in achieving reliable early diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy at a reasonable cost needs attention to develop computer-aided diagnosis tool. Computer-aided disease diagnosis in retinal image analysis could ease mass screening of population with diabetes mellitus and help clinicians in utilizing their time more efficiently. The recent technological advances in computing power, communication systems, and machine learning techniques provide opportunities to the biomedical engineers and computer scientists to meet the requirements of clinical practice. Diverse and representative retinal image sets are essential for developing and testing digital screening programs and the automated algorithms at their core. To the best of our knowledge, the database for this challenge, IDRiD (Indian Diabetic Retinopathy Image Dataset), is the first database representative of an Indian population. Moreover, it is the only dataset constituting typical diabetic retinopathy lesions and normal retinal structures annotated at a pixel level. This dataset provides information on the disease severity of diabetic retinopathy, and diabetic macular edema for each image. This makes it perfect for development and evaluation of image Continue reading >>

Drive: Digital Retinal Images For Vessel Extraction

Drive: Digital Retinal Images For Vessel Extraction

DRIVE: Digital Retinal Images for Vessel Extraction The DRIVE database has been established to enable comparative studies on segmentation of blood vessels in retinal images. The research community is invited to test their algorithms on this database and share the results with other researchers through this web site. On this page, instructions can be found on downloading the database and uploading results, and the results of various methods can be inspected. The data included in this database can be used, free of charge, for research and educational purposes. Copying, redistribution, and any unauthorized commercial use is prohibited. The use of this database is restricted to those individuals or organizations that obtained the database directly from this website. Any researcher reporting results which use this database must acknowledge the DRIVE database. We request you to do so by citing this publication: In addition, we appreciate to hear about any publications that use the DRIVE database. Feedback on the database and this website is also welcome. The person to contact is Bram van Ginneken . The photographs for the DRIVE database were obtained from a diabetic retinopathy screening program in The Netherlands. The screening population consisted of 400 diabetic subjects between 25-90 years of age. Forty photographs have been randomly selected, 33 do not show any sign of diabetic retinopathy and 7 show signs of mild early diabetic retinopathy. Each image has been JPEG compressed. The images were acquired using a Canon CR5 non-mydriatic 3CCD camera with a 45 degree field of view (FOV). Each image was captured using 8 bits per color plane at 768 by 584 pixels. The FOV of each image is circular with a diameter of approximately 540 pixels. For this database, the images have b Continue reading >>

Adcis Download Third Party: E-ophtha Database

Adcis Download Third Party: E-ophtha Database

e-ophtha is a database of color fundus images especially designed for scientific research in Diabetic Retinopathy (DR). It has been generated from the OPHDIAT Tele-medical network for DR screening, in the framework of the ANR-TECSAN-TELEOPHTA project funded by the French Research Agency (ANR). If you are using any of the e-ophtha databases, always refer to the following article in any publication or document: Decencire E, et al. TeleOphta: Machine learning and image processing methods for teleophthalmology. IRBM (2013), The file Copyright.txt in the last page of the download section provides all copyrights and reference information. The database is made of retinal images with different types of lesions (exudates and microaneurysms) manually annotated by ophthalmology experts. e-ophtha is made of two sub databases named e-ophtha-MA (MicroAneurysms), and e-ophtha-EX (EXudates). A form with personal information needs to be completed to download the databases. Each database is a zipped file that contains folders. Each folder corresponds to a patient visit. It includes one or more color fundus images (jpeg files) and binary masks made of lesions (png files). Images of healthy patients with no lesion are also provided in the two databases. Database of images with exudates. It contains 47 images with exudates and 35 images with no lesion. Database of images with microaneurysms. It contains 148 images with microaneurysms or small hemorrhages and 233 images with no lesion. Continue reading >>

Available Datasets - Dr Hossein Rabbani

Available Datasets - Dr Hossein Rabbani

The datasets (24 768*768*xFA videos andlate FAimages in DME eyes)and manual and automated markings used in the following paper can be downloaded from HERE . Dataset for Fluorescein Angiography (Video & Late Image) in DME eyes The datasets (24 768*768*xFA videos andlate FAimages in DME eyes)and manual and automated markings used in the following paper can be downloaded from HERE . Hossein Rabbani, Michael J. Allingham, Priyatham S. Mettu, Scott W. Cousins, Sina Farsiu, " Fully Automatic Segmentation of Fluorescein Leakage in Subjects with Diabetic Macular Edema ", Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 56(3) March 1482-1492, 2015 Please reference the above paper if you would like to use any part of datasetsandthis method. This dataset contains OCT data (in mat format) and color fundus data (in jpg format) of left & right eyes of 50 healthy persons. Click here to download the data. OCT data & Color Fundus Images of Left & Right Eyes of 50 healthy persons: This dataset contains OCT data (in mat format) and color fundus data (in jpg format) of left & right eyes of 50 healthy persons. Each volunteer's folder includes color fundus images (.jpg) and OCT data (.mat) of the right and left eyes. The password of each rar file is545dfds$Dfd46456as . Please reference the following paper if you would like to use any part of this dataset or method: * T. Mahmudi, R. Kafieh, H. Rabbani, Comparison of macular OCTs in right andleft eyes of normal people , in Proc. SPIE 9038, Medical Imaging2014: Biomedical Applications in Molecular, Structural, and Functional Imaging,90381K, SanDiego, California, United States Feb. 15-20, 2014.doi: 10.1117/12.2044046 ** Database of 22 retinal images for the purpose of vessel-based registration of Fundus and OCT projection images of retina: A set o

Other Resources & Public Databases - Medic Mind

Other Resources & Public Databases - Medic Mind

Diabetic Retinopathy Retinal Imaging Classification The database has 1200 eye fundus color numerical images of the posterior pole. They were acquired by 3 ophthalmology departments using color video 3CCD camera on a Topcon TRC NW6 non-mydriatic retinal camera with a 45 degree field of view. The images were captured using 8 bits per color plane at 1440*960, 2240*1488 or 2304*1536 pixels. Two diagnoses have been provided by the medical experts for each image: Acknowledgement : Kindly provided by the Messidor program partners ,see The Messidor-2 is an extension of the original Messidor database for diabetic retinopathy. It contains 1748 retinal images. The images were acquired with Topcon TRC NW6 non-mydriatic fundus camera with a 45 degree field of view. The Online Retinal Fundus Image Dataset for Glaucoma Analysis and Research (ORIGA) consists of 650 images acquired through Singapore Malay Eye Study (SiMES). SiMES is conducted by the Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI). The images were marked by experts. The dataset includes 168 glaucomatous and 482 non-glaucoma images. Acknowledgement : Kindly provided by SERI see The Digital Retinal Images for Vessel Extraction (DRIVE) has been established to enable comparative studies on segmentation of blood vessels in retinal images. The retinal images were obtained from a diabetic retinopathy screening program in The Netherlands. The screening population consisted of 400 diabetic subjects between 25 - 90 years of age. Forty photographs have been randomly selected, 33 do not show any signs of diabetic retinopathy and 7 show signs of mild early diabetic retinopathy. The images were acquired using a Canon CR5 non-mydriatic 3CCD camera with a 45 degree field of view. Acknowledgement : Kindly provided by Image Sciences Institute se Continue reading >>

Dridb Image Dataset - Image Processing Group

Dridb Image Dataset - Image Processing Group

Diabetic retinopathy image dataset - DRiDB The Diabetic Retinopathy Image Dataset (DRiDB) has been established to help scientists from around the world to test and develop new image processingmethods for earlydiabetic retinopathy detection in retinal fundus images. On this page, you will find instructions on how to download and use the dataset. The data included in the DRiDBdataset can be used, free of charge, for research and educational purposes. Copy, redistribution, and any unauthorized commercial use is prohibited. Any researcher reporting results that use the dataset must acknowledge the DRiDB by providing citing the following publication in any resulting publications using the dataset: Prentai, Pavle; Lonari, Sven; Vatavuk, Zoran; Beni, Goran; Subai, Marko; Petkovi, Tomislav; Dujmovi, Lana; Malenica-Ravli, Maja; Budimlija, Nikolina; Tadi, Raeljka.Diabetic Retinopathy Image Database(DRiDB): A new database for diabetic retinopathy screening programs research.Proceedings of 8th International Symposium on Image and Signal Processing and Analysis (ISPA 2013).Trieste, 2013,pp. 704-709 Please send an e-mail to Pavle Prentai to request access to the dataset. Continue reading >>

Diabetic Retinopathy Screening System: A Validation Analysis With Multiple Fundus Image Databases

Diabetic Retinopathy Screening System: A Validation Analysis With Multiple Fundus Image Databases

Diabetic retinopathy, Fundus images, Computer-aided drafting system, Screening tool, Support vector machine classifier, Haemorrhages, Micro aneurysms. Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is one of the global health problems and it is an impediment of diabetes that is instigated by injury to the tiny blood vessels of the retinal region [ 1 ]. Loss of vision or blindness is a result of diabetic retinopathy and it ensues in around 75%-80% of the diabetic patient [ 2 ]. Diabetic retinopathy is the major cause of visual blindness in the people aged between 20 and 60 years. Nevertheless, detection at the premature stage and hasty treatment could avert the vision loss instigated by diabetic retinopathy. Primary detection of Diabetic retinopathy is a challenging process, since the patients with this kind of problem will have no symptoms until vision loss occurs. Henceforth, individuals with diabetes ought to have an extensive retina screening once in a year consistently. In order to detect diabetic retinopathy, a retinography is performed, which entails in capturing the structures within the eye (retina) by either dilating the pupil or without dilation. Typically, the ophthalmologists diagnose diabetic retinopathy based on features such as the blood vessels, exudates, haemorrhages, micro aneurysms and texture [ 2 ]. Colour fundus photography captures the retina of the eye with exclusively designed cameras, which is treated as a standard means of detecting premature signs of diabetic retinopathy. The fundus imaging has an essential starring role in diabetes monitoring since the events of retinal abnormalities are common and their consequences are severe. Since the eye fundus is sensitive to vascular abnormalities, the fundus imaging is additionally considered as a contender for non-invas Continue reading >>

Diaretdb1 V2.1 - Diabetic Retinopathy Database And Evaluation Protocol

Diaretdb1 V2.1 - Diabetic Retinopathy Database And Evaluation Protocol

Copyright ImageRet project. All rights reserved. Last modified: $Date: 2009-05-06 12:57:27 $ DiaRetDB1 V2.1 - Diabetic Retinopathy Database and Evaluation Protocol The DiaRetDB1 is a public database for evaluating and benchmarkingdiabetic retinopathy detection algorithms. The database containsdigital images of eye fundus and expert annotated ground truth forseveral well-known diabetic fundus lesions (hard exudates, softexudates, microaneurysms and hemorrhages). The original images and theraw ground truth are both available. In addition to the data we also provide Matlab functionality (M-files)to read data (XML-files), fuse data of several experts and to evaluatedetection methods. This database is related to ImageRet projectand the ground truth was collected using ourImgAnnoTool imageannotation tool (contact Lasse Lensu for more information). For a moredetailed description, see our documentation, please. The following authors have significantly contributed to the actualwork of establishing and collecting the data and implementing themethods for the database: Tomi Kauppi, Valentina Kalesnykiene, Iiris Sorri, Asta Raninen, RaijaVoutilainen, Joni Kamarainen, Lasse Lensu and Hannu Uusitalo. The DiaRetDB1 V2.1 is Copyright 2009 by Machine Vision and PatternRecognition Laboratory, Lappeenranta University of Technology.The database can be freely downloaded and used for non-profitablescientific purposes, but you are not allowed to redistribute ormodify it. Proper citing of this resource is expected if thedatabase is used in research or other reporting.The database is meant to be useful, but it is distributed WITHOUTANY WARRANTY, and without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITYor FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.Inclusion of this database or even parts of it in a proprie Continue reading >>

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