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Paper Title - Early Stage Detection of Microcalcifications in Mammograms: A Survey


Abstract
Breast cancer is one of the most deadly diseases for women. Mammography is the most effective method for the early stage detection of breast diseases. Survival rate of breast cancer is approaches 100 percent, if cancer is detected early by using breast self examination (BSE) and clinical breast examination (CBE) at the aged of 40-49 years. Mammography continues to be regarded as a very useful diagnostic tool for detection & diagnosis of breast lesions, it uses lower levels of radiation than ordinary chest x-rays. But, a meta analysis is showed that the sensitivity of screening mammography ranged from 83% to 95 %.with a false positive rate of 0.9% to 6.5 % respectively. The appropriate method used for early detection of pre-cancerous symptoms is screening mammography, which has to be conducted as a regular test for women. Calcification clusters are said to be an early sign of breast cancer. Microcalcifications are very small bits of calcium deposits present inside the breast tissue. Many researchers have proposed the algorithm for Micro calcification detection based on wavelet transform, mathematical morphology and neural networks.CAD system is also used for automatic detection of clustered micro calcifications in digitized mammograms. This paper is review of detection of micro calcification in mammograms using wavelet. Keywords— Mammograms, Microcalcification, BSE, CBE, CAD.


Author - Neha Shahare, D.M.Yadav

Citation - Neha Shahare   ,   D.M.Yadav   ,   Neha Shahare, D.M.Yadav " Early Stage Detection of Microcalcifications in Mammograms: A Survey " , International Journal of Industrial Electronics and Electrical Engineering , Volume-4,Issue-11  ( Nov, 2016 )

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