深度学习在医学影像中的应用综述

Translated title of the contribution: Applications of deep learning in medical imaging: a survey

Jun Shi, Linlin Wang, Shanshan Wang, Yanxia Chen, Qian Wang, Dongming Wei, Shujun Liang, Jialin Peng, Jiajin Yi, Shengfeng Liu, Dong Ni, Mingliang Wang, Daoqiang Zhang, Dinggang Shen

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Abstract

Deep learning can automatically learn from a large amount of data to obtain effective feature representations, thereby effectively improving the performance of various machine learning tasks. It has been widely used in various fields of medical imaging. Smart healthcare has become an important application area of deep learning, which is an effective approach to solve the following clinical problems: 1) given the limited medical resources, the experienced radiologists are not fully available, which cannot satisfy the fast development of the clinical requirement; 2) the lack of experienced radiologists, which cannot satisfy the fast increase of medical demand. At present, deep learning-based intelligent medical imaging systems are the typical scenarios in smart healthcare. This paper primarily reviews the applications of deep learning methods in various applications using four major clinical imaging techniques (i.e., X-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography(CT), and magnetic resonance imaging(MRI)). These works cover the whole pipeline of medical imaging, including reconstruction, detection, segmentation, registration, and computer-aided diagnosis (CAD). The reviews on medical image reconstruction focus on both MRI reconstruction and low-dose CT reconstruction on the basis of deep learning. Deep learning methods for MRI reconstruction can be divided into two categories: 1) data-driven end-to-end methods, 2) model-based methods. The low-dose CT reconstruction primarily introduces methods on the basis of convolutional neural networks and generative adversarial networks. In addition, deep learning methods for ultrasound imaging, medical image synthesis, and medical image super-resolution are reviewed. The reviews on lesion detection primarily focuses on the deep learning methods for lung lesions detection using CT, the deep learning detection model for tumor lesions, and the deep learning methods for the general lesion area detection. At present, deep learning has been widely used in medical image segmentation tasks, and its performance is significantly improved compared with traditional image segmentation methods. Most deep learning segmentation methods are typical data-driven machine learning models. We review supervised models, semi-supervised models, and self-supervised models with regard to the amount of labeled data and annotation. Medical images contain rich anatomical information, which enhances the performance of deep learning models with different supervision. Deep learning models incorporating prior knowledge are also reviewed. Medical image registration consistency is a difficult task in the field of medical image analysis. Deep learning has become a breakthrough to improve the performance of medical image registration. The end-to-end network structures produce high-precision registration results and have become a hotspot in the field of image registration. Compared with the conventional methods, the deep learning methods for medical image registration have a significant improvement in registration performance. According to the different supervision in the training procedure, this paper divides the deep learning methods for medical image registration into three modes: fully supervised methods, unsupervised methods, and weakly supervised methods. Computer-aided diagnosis is another application of deep learning in the field of medical imaging. This paper summarizes the deep learning methods on CAD with different supervision and the CAD works on the basis of multi-modality medical images. Notably, although deep learning methods have been applied in medical imaging, several challenges are still identified. For example, the small-sample size problem is common in medical imaging analysis. Advanced machine learning methods, including weakly supervised learning, transfer learning, few-shot learning, self-supervised learning, and increase learning, can help alleviate this problem. In addition, the data annotation of medical images is a problem that seriously restricts the extensive and in-depth application of deep learning, and extensive research on automatic data labeling must be carried out. Interpretability of the deep neural networks is also important in medical image analysis. Improving the interpretability of a deep neural network has always been a difficult point, and in-depth research must be carried out in this area. Furthermore, carrying out human-computer collaboration in medical care is important. The lightweight deep neural network is easy to deploy into portable medical devices, giving portable devices more powerful functions, which is also an important research direction. Deep learning has been successful in various tasks in medical imaging analysis. New methods must be developed for its further application in intelligent medical products.

Translated title of the contributionApplications of deep learning in medical imaging: a survey
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)1953-1981
Number of pages29
JournalJournal of Image and Graphics
Volume25
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020 Oct 16
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Computer-aided diagnosis(CAD)
  • Deep learning
  • Image reconstruction
  • Image registration
  • Image segmentation
  • Lesion detection
  • Medical imaging

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
  • Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
  • Human-Computer Interaction

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