Can Adversarial Networks Make Uninformative Colonoscopy Video Frames Clinically Informative? (Student Abstract)
Keywords:Colonoscopy Video Frames, Imaging Artifacts, Adversarial Networks
AbstractVarious artifacts, such as ghost colors, interlacing, and motion blur, hinder diagnosing colorectal cancer (CRC) from videos acquired during colonoscopy. The frames containing these artifacts are called uninformative frames and are present in large proportions in colonoscopy videos. To alleviate the impact of artifacts, we propose an adversarial network based framework to convert uninformative frames to clinically relevant frames. We examine the effectiveness of the proposed approach by evaluating the translated frames for polyp detection using YOLOv5. Preliminary results present improved detection performance along with elegant qualitative outcomes. We also examine the failure cases to determine the directions for future work.
How to Cite
Sharma, V., Bhuyan, M., & Das, P. K. (2023). Can Adversarial Networks Make Uninformative Colonoscopy Video Frames Clinically Informative? (Student Abstract). Proceedings of the AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 37(13), 16322-16323. https://doi.org/10.1609/aaai.v37i13.27021
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