Investigation of the Possibility of Eye Orbit Tissue Pathology Classification
The important problem in ultrasonic ophthalmology is the increase of diagnostics reliability. The feature of investigations is variation of morphological tissue structure cause the small changes in ultrasound image. The purpose of this work is investigation of possibility to use the texture statistical and A-mode scan parameters for eye orbit tumors and Graves ophthalmopathy differentiation. The proposed technique by using only ultrasound B images for orbit tissue classification into two classes, – normal and pathology (tumour), show that normal tissues in most cases were identified correctly. If ultrasound B and A-mode parameters – reflectivity and regularity were combined, plausibility of classification orbit tissue into two classes - normal and Graves ophthalmopathy significantly raises up to 70 %. Ill. 6, bibl. 5 (in English; summaries in English, Russian, Lithuanian).
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