Skin Lesion Analysis Towards Melanoma Detection (ISIC 2019)

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Skin Lesion Analysis Towards Melanoma Detection (ISIC 2019)

2019

Skin cancer is the most common cancer globally, with melanoma being the most deadly form. Dermoscopy is a skin imaging modality that has demonstrated improvement for diagnosis of skin cancer compared to unaided visual inspection. However, clinicians should receive adequate training for those improvements to be realized. In order to make expertise more widely available, the International Skin Imaging Collaboration (ISIC) has developed the ISIC Archive, an international repository of dermoscopic images, for both the purposes of clinical training, and for supporting technical research toward automated algorithmic analysis by hosting the ISIC Challenges.

Technical Committee: Bio Imaging and Signal Processing

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