INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS FOR EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF ONCOLOGY DISEASES BY THE LEVEL OF CIRCULATING TUMOR CELLS

T. A. Chernyshova, S. M. Zlepko, O. Yu. Azarkhov, S. O. Danylkov, V. Ye. Kryvonosov, D. M. Baranovsky

Abstract


Most modern systems and technologies of the automated analysis of medical microscopic images and early diagnostics of oncological diseases are analyzed in the article. The methods and algorithms used for image processing, segmentation, determination of parameters of the object, which are determined manually and require additional knowledge, make it significantly complicated for their practical application in clinical medicine due to insufficient knowledge of medical staff.

Keywords


information technology; circulating tumor cells; oncology; diagnostic.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2017.4.8448

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