D10 - An AI-based Framework for Diagnostic Quality Assessment of Ankle Radiographs
Dominik Mairhöfer, Manuel Laufer, Paul Martin Simon, Malte Sieren, Arpad Bischof, Thomas Käster, Erhardt Barth, Jörg Barkhausen, Thomas Martinetz
The quality of radiographs is of major importance for diagnosis and treatment planning. While most research regarding automated radiograph quality assessment uses technical features such as noise or contrast, we propose to use anatomical structures as more appropriate features. We show that based on such anatomical features, a modular deep-learning framework can serve as a quality control mechanism for the diagnostic quality of ankle radiographs. For evaluation, a dataset consisting of 950 ankle radiographs was collected and their quality was labeled by radiologists. We obtain an average accuracy of 94.1%, which is better than the expert radiologists are on average.
Wednesday 7th July
D4-12 (short): Detection and Diagnosis 1 - 16:45 - 17:30 (UTC+2)