This dataset consists of 361 whole slide images (WSI) - 296 malignant from women with invasive breast cancer (HER2 neg) and 65 benign. The tumours have been classified with four SNOMED-CT categories based on morphology: invasive duct carcinoma, invasive lobular carcinoma, in situ carcinoma, and others. 4144 separate annotations have been made to segment different tissue structures connected to ontologies.
Keywords: Pathology, Breast, Cancer, Whole slide imaging, Annotated.
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|Cite as||Anna Bodén, Jerónimo F. Rose, Martin Lindvall, and Caroline Bivik Stadler (2019) Breast data from the Visual Sweden project DROID doi:10.23698/aida/drbr|
|Title||Breast data from the Visual Sweden project DROID|
Jerónimo F. Rose
Caroline Bivik Stadler
|Resolution||40X single plane, scanned in NDP format|
Hamamatsu NanoZoomer-XR C12000 series 2013
Hamamatsu NanoZoomer 2.0 HT C9600 series 2013
|Stain||H&E (hematoxylin and eosin)|
|Copyright||Copyright 2019 Linköping University, Claes Lundström|
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The breast tumours were classified with four SNOMED-CT categories based on morphology: invasive duct carcinoma, Invasive lobular carcinoma, in situ carcinoma and others. 4144 separate annotations were made to segment different tissue structures connected to ontologies. One physician were responsible for the manual annotations controlled by a second pathologist.
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Stadler, C.B., Lindvall, M., Lundström, C. et al. Proactive Construction of an Annotated Imaging Database for Artificial Intelligence Training. J Digit Imaging (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10278-020-00384-4
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