Converting 2D magnetic resource imagining brain tumors to 3D structure using depth map machine learning techniques

K. A. Mohamed Riyazudeen, Mohamed Sathik


The use of medical imaging technology aids clinicians in recognizing and assessing patient problems, as well as improving treatment procedures. However, while conducting complex procedures such as the excision of brain tumors, the knowledge and biological research gathered from 2D images are insufficient. Converting 2D images to 3D images may assist doctors in determining the size, shape, and sharp area of tumor cells in the brain. The feasibility of translating 2D medical image data to a 3D model is described in this work. A suggested framework for predicting the size, shape, and location of a brain tumor using a minimized genetic machine learning method, and then converting the tumor information into 3D images using a depth map estimation approach after detecting the tumor information. When the tumor is located, the left and right view data are combined to form a 3D magnetic resonance imaging reconstruction. We used mixed reality methods to minimize file size while preserving the greatest quality of the model during a brain surgical operation.


Brain surgical operation; Brain Tumors; Magnetic resonance imaging; Medical imaging technology; Minimized genetic machine learning;

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