Browsing Engineering and Informatics by Subject "Breast cancer"
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Adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells for breast tissue regenerationWith an escalating incidence of breast cancer cases all over the world and the deleterious psychological impact that mastectomy has on patients along with several limitations of the currently applied modalities, it's plausible to seek unconventional approaches to encounter such a burgeoning issue. Breast tissue engineering may allow that chance via providing more personalized solutions which are able to regenerate, mimicking natural tissues also facing the witnessed limitations. This review is dedicated to explore the utilization of adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells for breast tissue regeneration among postmastectomy cases focusing on biomaterials and cellular aspects in terms of harvesting, isolation, differentiation and new tissue formation as well as scaffolds types, properties, material–host interaction and an in vitro breast tissue modeling.
Learning Transferable Features for Diagnosis of Breast Cancer from Histopathological ImagesNowadays, there is no argument that deep learning algorithms provide impressive results in many applications of medical image analysis. However, data scarcity problem and its consequences are challenges in implementation of deep learning for the digital histopathology domain. Deep transfer learning is one of the possible solutions for these challenges. The method of off-the-shelf features extraction from pre-trained convolutional neural networks (CNNs) is one of the common deep transfer learning approaches. The architecture of deep CNNs has a significant role in the choice of the optimal learning transferable features to adopt for classifying the cancerous histopathological image. In this study, we have investigated three pre-trained CNNs on ImageNet dataset; ResNet-50, DenseNet-201 and ShuffleNet models for classifying the Breast Cancer Histopathology (BACH) Challenge 2018 dataset. The extracted deep features from these three models were utilised to train two machine learning classifiers; namely, the K-Nearest Neighbour (KNN) and Support Vector Machine (SVM) to classify the breast cancer grades. Four grades of breast cancer were presented in the BACH challenge dataset; these grades namely normal tissue, benign tumour, in-situ carcinoma and invasive carcinoma. The performance of the target classifiers was evaluated. Our experimental results showed that the extracted off-the-shelf features from DenseNet-201 model provide the best predictive accuracy using both SVM and KNN classifiers. They yielded the image-wise classification accuracy of 93.75% and 88.75% for SVM and KNN classifiers, respectively. These results indicate the high robustness of our proposed framework.