Several are the instrumental tests currently available in the diagnosis of retinal diseases. Their outputs are typically images of anatomical portions of the eye. However, these are useful to highlight only few aspects of the characteristic lesions of the occurring pathology. For this reason, the clinician needs to have tools able to perform comparative analysis of the different diagnostic images by using procedures of integration of the different clinical information contained in each of them. In this paper, we will describe a new medical software tool (MicroRetina) tailored for the comparative analysis of images of the fundus oculi, acquired during diagnostic tests that make use of different medical instruments. The developed software is an open system able to manage images acquired by different instruments and it will be able to give a helpful support to one of the existing problem in performing diagnosis by using images of the fundus oculi. In particular, it will allow the clinician to perform in real time the comparative analysis of the different clinical findings allowing him to have further diagnostic information not otherwise available by the analysis of the single images only. Info

Bonaiuto, V., Gabrieli, M., Sargeni, F. (2017). Microretina: An “Open Source” Tool for Retinal Images Analysis. In M.I. C. Sommitsch (a cura di), Materials Science Forum: 9th International Conference on Processing and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials (pp. 244-249). Trans Tech Publications Inc. - Switzerland [10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.879.244].

Microretina: An “Open Source” Tool for Retinal Images Analysis

BONAIUTO, VINCENZO;GABRIELI, MASSIMO;SARGENI, FAUSTO
2017

Abstract

Several are the instrumental tests currently available in the diagnosis of retinal diseases. Their outputs are typically images of anatomical portions of the eye. However, these are useful to highlight only few aspects of the characteristic lesions of the occurring pathology. For this reason, the clinician needs to have tools able to perform comparative analysis of the different diagnostic images by using procedures of integration of the different clinical information contained in each of them. In this paper, we will describe a new medical software tool (MicroRetina) tailored for the comparative analysis of images of the fundus oculi, acquired during diagnostic tests that make use of different medical instruments. The developed software is an open system able to manage images acquired by different instruments and it will be able to give a helpful support to one of the existing problem in performing diagnosis by using images of the fundus oculi. In particular, it will allow the clinician to perform in real time the comparative analysis of the different clinical findings allowing him to have further diagnostic information not otherwise available by the analysis of the single images only. Info
Settore ING-IND/31 - Elettrotecnica
English
Rilevanza internazionale
Articolo scientifico in atti di convegno
Volume 879
Bonaiuto, V., Gabrieli, M., Sargeni, F. (2017). Microretina: An “Open Source” Tool for Retinal Images Analysis. In M.I. C. Sommitsch (a cura di), Materials Science Forum: 9th International Conference on Processing and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials (pp. 244-249). Trans Tech Publications Inc. - Switzerland [10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.879.244].
Bonaiuto, V; Gabrieli, M; Sargeni, F
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