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Scoliosis curve type classification from 3D trunk image
Is part ofProceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; 8315
- Université de Montréal. Faculté de médecine. Département de chirurgie
Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) is a deformity of the spine manifested by asymmetry and deformities of the external surface of the trunk. Classification of scoliosis deformities according to curve type is used to plan management of scoliosis patients. Currently, scoliosis curve type is determined based on X-ray exam. However, cumulative exposure to X-rays radiation significantly increases the risk for certain cancer. In this paper, we propose a robust system that can classify the scoliosis curve type from non invasive acquisition of 3D trunk surface of the patients. The 3D image of the trunk is divided into patches and local geometric descriptors characterizing the surface of the back are computed from each patch and forming the features. We perform the reduction of the dimensionality by using Principal Component Analysis and 53 components were retained. In this work a multi-class classifier is built with Least-squares support vector machine (LS-SVM) which is a kernel classifier. For this study, a new kernel was designed in order to achieve a robust classifier in comparison with polynomial and Gaussian kernel. The proposed system was validated using data of 103 patients with different scoliosis curve types diagnosed and classified by an orthopedic surgeon from the X-ray images. The average rate of successful classification was 93.3% with a better rate of prediction for the major thoracic and lumbar/thoracolumbar types.
Adankon MM, Dansereau J, Parent S, Labelle H, Cheriet F. Scoliosis curve type classification from 3D trunk image. Dans: Medical Imaging 2012: Computer-Aided Diagnosis. Bellingham (WA) : SPIE; 2012. 831514. (Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering; vol. 8315).