Semi-supervised learning with Noisy Students improves domain generalization in optic disc and cup segmentation in uncropped fundus images

The paper evaluates domain generalization strategies for optic disc and cup segmentation in fundus images, highlighting issues with existing methods when applied to uncropped images, and proposes a semi-supervised learning approach based on the Noisy Student framework to improve performance across diverse datasets.

Learning normal asymmetry representations for homologous brain structures

The paper presents a novel method for learning normal asymmetry patterns in brain structures. It accurately characterizes normal asymmetries and detects pathological alterations without relying on diseased cases for training. The approach shows promise in improving the identification of neurodegenerative conditions..

A ResNet is All You Need? Modeling A Strong Baseline for Detecting Referable Diabetic Retinopathy in Fundus Images

With no other methodological innovation than a carefully designed training, our ResNet model achieved an AUC = 0.955 (0.953 - 0.956) on a combined test set of 61007 test images from different public datasets, which is in line or even better than what other more complex deep learning models reported in the literature.

A deep learning model for brain vessel segmentation\ in 3DRA with arteriovenous malformations

We train the first deep learning model for segmenting brain arteries from 3D rotational angiographies in cases with brain arterio-venous malformations.

Assessing Coarse-to-Fine Deep Learning Models for Optic Disc and Cup Segmentation in Fundus Images

We experimentally validate whether using coarse-to-fine models instead of one-stage models is appropriate or not for segmenting the optic disc and the optic cup in color fundus images. We observed that models trained with the right amount of data can perform much better than coarse-to-find approaches.

Multiclass Segmentation as Multitask Learning for Drusen Segmentation in Retinal Optical Coherence Tomography

We posed a multiclass segmentation task as a single multitask model with binary segmentation targets. Our results indicate that this approach might be useful to deal with "sandwiched" structures.

An Amplified-Target Loss Approach for Photoreceptor Layer Segmentation in Pathological OCT Scans

We introduce an augmented target loss function framework for photoreceptor layer segmentation that penalizes errors in the central area of each B-scan. It allows to significantly improve performance with respect to the standard loss functions.

Foveal Avascular Zone Segmentation in Clinical Routine Fluorescein Angiographies Using Multitask Learning

We introduced a multitask learning y-shaped neural network that simultaneously segment the FAZ in FA images and predict a distance map. This extra branch aids to improve results in clinical routine images.

U2-Net: A Bayesian U-Net model with epistemic uncertainty feedback for photoreceptor layer segmentation in pathological OCT scans

We developed a Bayesian U-Net model for photoreceptor layer segmentation in OCT that predicts epistemic uncertainty maps highlighting potential areas of error in the segmentation.

Using CycleGANs for effectively reducing image variability across OCT devices and improving retinal fluid segmentation

We used CycleGANs to translate OCT images from one vendor to another. This approach allows us to increase the performance of fluid segmentation models trained on one vendor and evaluated on another.