Magnetic Resonance Imaging Images Based Brain Tumor Extraction, Segmentation and Detection Using Convolutional Neural Network and VGC 16 Model

April, 04, 2024 | Select Oncology Journal Articles


In this paper, we look at how to design and build a system to find tumors using 2 Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) models. With the help of digital image processing and deep Learning, we can make a system that automatically diagnoses and finds different diseases and abnormalities. The tumor detection system may include image enhancement, segmentation, data enhancement, feature extraction, and classification. These options are set up so that the CNN model can give the best results.


During the training phase, the learning rate is used to change the weights and bias. The learning rate also changes the weights. One Epoch is when all of the training images are shown to the model. As the training data may be very large, the data in each epoch are split into batches. Every epoch has a training session and a test session. After each epoch, the weights are changed based on how fast the CNN is learning. This is done with the help of optimization algorithms. The suggested technique uses the anticipated mean intersection over union value to identify failure instances in addition to forecasting the mean intersection over union.


This paper talks about how to separate brain tumors from magnetic resonance images of patients taken from “Brain web.” Using basic ideas of digital image processing, magnetic resonance images are used to extract and find tumors using a hybrid method. In this paper, the proposed algorithm is applied with the help of MATLAB. In medical image processing, brain tumor segmentation is an important task. The goal of this paper is to look at different ways to divide brain tumors using magnetic resonance imaging. Recently, automatic segmentation using deep learning methods has become popular because these methods get the best results and are better at solving this problem than others. Deep learning methods can also be used to process and evaluate large amounts of magnetic resonance imaging image data quickly and objectively.


A classification method based on a convolution neural network is also added to the proposed scheme to make it more accurate and cut down on the amount of time it takes to do the calculations. Also, the results of the classification are given as images of a tumor or a healthy brain. The training is 98.5% correct. In the same way, both the validation accuracy and validation loss are high.

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