Pathology Segmentation using Distributional Differences to Images of Healthy Origin

Fully supervised segmentation methods require a large training cohort of already segmented images, providing information at the pixel level of each image. We present a method to automatically segment and model pathologies in medical images, trained solely on data labelled on the image level as either healthy or containing a visual defect... (read more)

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