AUTOMATIC MUCOUS GLANDS SEGMENTATION IN HISTOLOGICAL IMAGES

Khvostikov, A.; Krylov, A.; Mikhailov, I.; Kharlova, O.; Oleynikova, N.; Malkov, P.

Mucous glands is an important diagnostic element in digestive pathology. The first step of differential diagnosis of colon polyps in order to assess their malignant potential is gland segmentation. The process of mucous glands segmentation is challenging as the glands not only needed to be separated from a background but also individually identified to obtain reliable morphometric criteria for quantitative diagnostic methods. We propose a new convolutional neural network for mucous gland segmentation that takes into account glands’ contours and can be used for gland instance segmentation. Training and evaluation of the network was performed on a standard Warwick-QU dataset as well as on the collected PATH-DT-MSU dataset of histological images obtained from hematoxylin and eosin staining of paraffin sections of colon biopsy material collected by our Pathology department. The collected PATH-DT-MSU dataset will be available at http://imaging.cs.msu.ru/en/research/histology.

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Khvostikov, A. / Krylov, A. / Mikhailov, I. / et al: AUTOMATIC MUCOUS GLANDS SEGMENTATION IN HISTOLOGICAL IMAGES. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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