An Analysis of Segmentation Methods for CT scans Images in the Diagnostic of Lung Cancer

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S. Sabaria, Dr. Sudha Rajesh, Dr. A. K. Reshmy, Dr. B. Dhanalakshmi, Dr. R. Dharini


Lung cancer is one of the most common cancer-related risk factors. When deciding on the best treatment strategy, an accurate diagnosis of the disease's degree is critical. The radiologist must understand the concepts of staging and the consequences of radiological results on the different staging modalities and eventual health choices to play an essential role in the multidisciplinary treatment of patients with lung cancer. Part-solid nodules had a 59 percent malignancy rate, while nonsolid nodules had a 20 percent malignancy rate. Even after adjusting for nodule dimension, the malignant rate for part-solid nodules was considerably greater than for solid or nonsolid tumors. In contrast to other subgroups of adenocarcinoma seen in solid nodules, bronchioloalveolar carcinoma or adenocarcinoma with bronchioloalveolar characteristics predominated in part-solid or nonsolid growths. The method employed was to list and sort lung cancer diagnostic techniques based on their accuracy rate. The procedures were examined step by step, and general limitations and flaws were identified. Some have low accuracy, while others have higher accuracy but are not close to 90 percent. As a result, the goal of our research is to improve accuracy to 90 percent.

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