Medical Image Processing for Brain Tumor Recognition

Submitted: September 06, 2018 Last updated: September 06, 2018
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Moloti Tebogo Nakampe

Brain tumors are the second most dangerous cancer in children, accounting for almost as many solid tumors in the body combined. Knowledge about this cancer is insufficient, and the general public and clinicians tend to know much less about brain cancer in children than leukemia. Despite some progress being made over the last two decades, overall patient outcomes remain poor when compared with other childhood cancers.

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