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Preliminary approach for crypt detection in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Abstract : Crypt architecture is one of the most significant histological features used for the examination of colorectal biopsy specimens enabling clinical decisions in the investigation of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. However , the architecture modelling remains a challenging problem leading to variability in reporting and subjectiv-ity in pathological examination. In this context, intestinal gland detection represent a necessary step before a clinical study of their architecture. This work presents a graph-based technique describing spatial relationships over sparse structures for crypt detection using morphological mesh filtering operators.
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Bassem Ben Cheikh, Philippe Bertheau, Daniel Racoceanu. Preliminary approach for crypt detection in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Journées RITS 2015, Mar 2015, Dourdan, France. pp.138-139. ⟨inserm-01144091⟩

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