1. Articles from Colleen A. Lingley-Papadopoulos

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    1. Wavelet analysis enables system-independent texture analysis of optical coherence tomography images

      Texture analysis for tissue characterization is a current area of optical coherence tomography (OCT) research. We discuss some of the differences between OCT systems and the effects those differences have on the resulting images and subsequent image analysis. In addition, as an example, two algorithms for the automatic recognition of bladder cancer are compared: one that was developed on a single system with no consideration for system differences, and one that was developed to address the issues associated with system differences. The first algorithm had a sensitivity of 73% and specificity of 69% when tested using leave-one-out cross-validation on data ...
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    2. Image analysis of Optical Coherence Tomography images of the urinary bladder for the recognition of bladder cancer (Thesis)

      Image analysis of Optical Coherence Tomography images of the urinary bladder for the recognition of bladder cancer (Thesis)
      The vast majority of bladder cancers originate within 600 mum of the tissue surface, making Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) a potentially powerful tool for recognizing cancers that are not easily visible with current techniques. OCT is a new technology, however, and surgeons are not familiar with the resulting images. Technology able to analyze and provide diagnoses based on OCT images would improve the clinical utility of OCT systems. In addition, to avoid the need for gathering training data sets each time a new OCT system is used, it is important that the technology developed be system-independent. In this dissertation, I ...
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    3. Computer recognition of cancer in the urinary bladder using optical coherence tomography and texture analysis

      Colleen A. Lingley-Papadopoulos, Murray H. Loew, Michael J. Manyak et al. The vast majority of bladder cancers originate within 600 [mu]m of the tissue surface, making optical coherence tomography (OCT) a potentially powerful tool for recognizing cancers that are not easily visible with current techniques. OCT is a new technology, however, and surgeons are not familiar w ... [J. Biomed. Opt. 13, 024003 (2008)] published Mon Apr 14, 2008.
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