Image Analysis

digital image composed of pixels performs an analog image transformed to numerical form using ones and zeros so that it can be stored and used in a computer system. The digital imaging process consists of four key steps: image acquisition, storage and management, manipulation and annotation, and viewing, display or transmission of images. Moreover, global manipulation of Papanicolaou test digital images has been shown to significantly change their interpretation. We also need to pay more consideration to the digital pathology diagnosing station to that they integrate computers with appropriate performance and graphics cards, screens with exceptional image resolution and color quality, as well as connectivity to the Internet, laboratory information system and electronic medical record (EMR). The use of computer monitors for digital pathology should, possibly, employ a Macbeth color manager or correspondent to guarantee precise color balance once a digital image has been developed, computer applications can be leveraged to evaluate the information they hold.

  • Biomedical image analysis
  • Computerized image analysis
  • Object based image analysis
  • Image analysis quantitation
  • Automated image analysis
  • Morphological image analysis

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