77 CT abdomen (computed tomography) examinations taken with contrast in venous phase. All cases showed liver malignancies. Manual oncological annotations were made by a radiologist and these were controlled by a second experienced radiologist. All changes with a diameter greater than 5mm were segmented and assumed metastases (cysts excluded as defined by HU). 317 lesions were annotated.
Keywords: Radiology, Liver, Cancer, Computed tomography, Annotated.
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|Cite as||Mischa Woisetschläger, Johan Blomma, Nils Dahlström, Caroline Bivik Stadler, and Daniel Forsberg (2019) Liver data from the Visual Sweden project DROID doi:10.23698/aida/drli|
|Title||Liver data from the Visual Sweden project DROID|
Caroline Bivik Stadler
Siemens CT Scanners
|Phase||Venuous (with contrast)|
|Copyright||Copyright 2019 Linköping University, Anders Persson|
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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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