A deep learning-based system for accurate diagnosis of pelvic bone tumors

Mona Shouman, Kamel Hussein Rahouma, Hesham Fathy Aly Hamed


Bone image analysis and categorizing bone cancers have both seen advancements thanks to deep learning (DL), more notably convolution neural networks (CNN). This study suggests a brand-new CNN-based methodology for categorizing pelvic bone tumors specifically. This work aims to create a pelvic bone computed tomography (CT) image categorization system based on deep learning. The proposed technique uses a convolutional neural network (CNN) architecture to automatically extract information from the CT images and classify them into distinct categories of tumors. A total of 178 3D CT pictures was discovered and added retroactively. DenseNet created the image-based model with Adam optimizer and cross entropy loss. The suggested system's accuracy is assessed using a variety of performance indicators, including sensitivity, specificity, and F1-score. As demonstrated by the experiment findings, the suggested deep learning based classification system has a high degree of accuracy (94%), making it useful for the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic bone tumors. Our promising results might hasten the use of DL-assisted CT diagnosis for pelvic bone tumors in the future.


Classification; Computed tomography; Deep learning; DenseNet; Pelvic; Pelvic bone tumors

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v13i3.6861


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