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Detection of Retinal Lesions using Color Fundus Images

Literary Survey

REF. OBJECTIVE ALGORITHM DATASETS OR INPUT RESULT Remark


No. /STRATEGIES USED PARAMETERS

[1] Estimation of Feature extraction 1. Images acquired Per lesion 1. Handles large data both
severity level with neural network from Sri Guru from clinical as well as open
94.80/99.80/98.43 for
of non classifier and Harkrishan Sahib source platforms.
clinical and
proliferative evaluation by per Eye Hospital,
95.80/98.80/95.00 for
diabetic lesion and per image Mohali
acquired.
retinopathy. methods
2. Open Source
Per image 98.8/100/100
platforms like
and 100/100/100 for
STARE,MESSIDOR
bright and dark lesions.
,DIRETDB1
(accuracy/sensitivity/spec
ificity)

[2] Automated Deep learning– 1. Retrospective Accuracy 97.92% Improved:


detection of trained algorithm and Development Data set
Sensitivity 95.83% 1. Sensitivity
diabetic deep convolutional of 128,175 images
neural network with two major data Specificity 98.61% 2. Specificity
retinopathy
sets from
and diabetic
EyePACS(9963) and
macular
Messidor(1748)
edema in
retinal fundus
photographs.

[3] Detection of Ant colony Messidor and Mediocre accuracy, focus 1. More stable
micro algorithm(an DiaretDB1 database on research not performance
aneurysms in optimization implementation
2. Detection of
the early
method) along with microaneurysms
diagnosis of image processing even in low quality
diabetic techniques and images
retinopathy
clustering methods,
[4] Diabetic 1. Convolutional 1. Kaggle competition Accuracy <90% 1. Performance substantially
neural networks dataset, Messidor-2
Retinopathy Sensitivity 90.1%
dataset and DR2
Detection 2. Data
datasets Specificity 56%
augmentation

3. Multi-resolution
training

4. Robust feature-
extraction
augmentation

5. Patient-basis
analysis

[5] Automated Hybrid Fuzzy Classifier DRIVE, STARE, accuracy of The pre-processing
Detection of DiaretDB0, DiaretDB1 technique used is pretty
95.97%
Dark and good and the classifier has a
Bright Lesions great accuracy.
in Retinal
Images for
Early
Detection of
Diabetic
Retinopathy

[6] Detection of Circular Hough New Database accuracy of 81% Very vague and not very
non- Transform, Motion informative, doesn’t clearly
proliferative pattern Generation present the results
diabetic
retinopathy in
fundus images
of the human
retina

[7] Detection of Haar Wavelet and SASWADE Database 95.71% accurate Very accurate
Non- Classification using K classification based on
Proliferative Means hemorrhages and 94.73%
Diabetic on exudates
Clustering
Retinopathy

Lesions

[8] Automated Support Vector Authors dataset 96.43% sensitivity Accurate feature extractions
Diagnosis Machine and accurate grading of
Non- NPDR lesions
proliferative
Diabetic
Retinopathy in
Fundus
Images
[9] Automated Artificial Neural acquired at 93% accuracy Many image processing
Identification Network Department of techniques used and a new
of Diabetic Ophthalmology, dataset used
Retinopathy Kasturba
Stages using
Medical College
Digital Fundus
Images

[10] Automatic Fundus images and Messidor accuracy index of 97.92%, The proposed method could
Identification Visibility Graph sensitivity of 95.83% also diagnose the earliest
of Diabetic Method andspecificity of 98.61% stage of DR with a high
Retinopathy accuracy index. Therefore
stages By
this method can be a very
Using Fundus
easy, cheap, and effective
images and
test for the automatic
Visibility
grading of DR stages.
Graph
Method