[This article belongs to Volume - 56, Issue - 02]
Gongcheng Kexue Yu Jishu/Advanced Engineering Science
Journal ID : AES-24-03-2024-688

Title : Clinical method for screening and early identification of breast cancer using thermographic image based Data model
Umashankar J.S, Dr. A.R.Arunachalam,

Abstract : Early recognition and analysis of breast cancer can correspondingly be accomplished through mammography, which is the most prevalent, economical and offers high odds of repossession. Nevertheless outstanding to various limitations in mammography, an alternative approach known as infrared breast thermography stays exploited. Infrared breast thermography remains an imaging technology that identifies thermal variations happening in the body. This statistics might indicate the presence of a tumor in the body. The survival rate has improved as a result of early identification using thermography. Because of enhanced blood vessel transmission, metabolic action, radioactivity released as of from human body is sophisticated in areas where a cancer is existing. The thermal statistics is represented as a form of a stained picture, with each exact assortment of temperature characterized by a shade that represents the fluctuations seen across the portion. Heat forms, in the form of graphical element, can be utilized to sort scientific interpretations of breast thermograms. This work aims as an representation for color examination based on segmentation. For breast cancer screening, far-infrared thermography outperforms ultrasonography and mammography for lesions less than 2 cm. It offers equivalent diagnostic accuracy to ultrasound and outperforms mammography for lesions larger than 2 cm in diameter.