Breast Cancer Detection and Classification using Traditional Computer Vision Techniques: A Comprehensive Review

Author(s): Saliha Zahoor, Ikram Ullah Lali, Muhammad Attique Khan*, Kashif Javed, Waqar Mehmood

Journal Name: Current Medical Imaging
Formerly: Current Medical Imaging Reviews

Volume 16 , Issue 10 , 2020


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Breast Cancer is a common dangerous disease for women. Around the world, many women have died due to Breast cancer. However, in the initial stage, the diagnosis of breast cancer can save women's life. To diagnose cancer in the breast tissues, there are several techniques and methods. The image processing, machine learning, and deep learning methods and techniques are presented in this paper to diagnose the breast cancer. This work will be helpful to adopt better choices and reliable methods to diagnose breast cancer in an initial stage to save a women's life. To detect the breast masses, microcalcifications, and malignant cells,different techniques are used in the Computer-Aided Diagnosis (CAD) systems phases like preprocessing, segmentation, feature extraction, and classification. We have reported a detailed analysis of different techniques or methods with their usage and performance measurement. From the reported results, it is concluded that for breast cancer survival, it is essential to improve the methods or techniques to diagnose it at an initial stage by improving the results of the Computer-Aided Diagnosis systems. Furthermore, segmentation and classification phases are also challenging for researchers for the diagnosis of breast cancer accurately. Therefore, more advanced tools and techniques are still essential for the accurate diagnosis and classification of breast cancer.

Keywords: Cancer, segmentation, features, classification, challenges, Computer-Aided Diagnosis (CAD).

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Article Details

VOLUME: 16
ISSUE: 10
Year: 2020
Published on: 12 January, 2021
Page: [1187 - 1200]
Pages: 14
DOI: 10.2174/1573405616666200406110547

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