An Audit of Computer Aided Fracture Detection System

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X-Ray images are the most widely recognized methods for medical imaging accessibility for individuals during the wounds and mishaps. X-rays are most frequent and the oldest form of medical imaging. Yet, the minute fracture identification using the X-Ray image is beyond the realm of imagination,because of the complication of bone organisation and the dissimilarity in visual attributes of fracture upon their location. This is the reason why it it is hard to detect the fractures and furthermore decide the seriousness of the damage. The major challenges of X-Ray imaging are the presence of noise, intensity ambiguity, and overlapping tissues. This creates a hurdle in correct diagnosis and delays treatment. The various rates require the human services experts to analyze countless x-ray images. computerized detection of fractures in X-Ray images can be a huge commitment for helping the doctors in settling on quicker and increasingly precise diagnostic decisions and speeds up the plan for the treatment. This research compares the existing fracture detection techniques.From various fractures, programmed identification is viewed as challenging since they are unique and variable in presentation and their results are quite un predictable.The major challenges for computer-aided fracture detection can be accurate segmentation process, automatic identification of the region of interest (bone fracture), evaluation and suggestive course of action.




Basha*, C. Z., Padmaja, T. M., & Balaji, G. N. (2019). An Audit of Computer Aided Fracture Detection System. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 868–872.

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