Diagnostic Analysis of Microcirculation Images by Adoptive Entropic Thresholding Technique
Abhijeet B. Kankal, Niraj Kant
The study of microcirculation is a key factor in the analysis of blood circulatory system. The blood flow distribution changes, based on the physiological effects of disorders. This study presents a method for analysis of microcirculation. The technique applies advanced image processing methods to the images. Micro vessels (capillaries and small blood vessels), and estimate the average Functional Capillary Density on 20 consecutive frames for each subject. The algorithm consists of three main parts: pre-processing, thresholding segmentation and calculation of parameters. The key objective is to analyse the malfunctioning of the microcirculation in various organs. The designed system will help physicians and medical researchers in diagnostic and decision making to determine the functionality of organ sufficiency of resuscitation process and the effect of drug consumption in patients. Calculation of two parameters functional capillary density and perfused vessel density allows analysing severity of malfunctioning.
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Unique Paper ID: 144227

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 3, Issue 8

Page(s): 191 - 196
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