Dinggang Shen

Senior Member and Fellow, IEEE. D. Shen is with the Department of Radiology and BRIC, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; and also with the Department of Brain and Cognitive Engineering, Korea University, Republic of Korea.

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Regression Convolutional Neural Network for Automated Pediatric Bone Age Assessment from Hand Radiograph
Skeletal bone age assessment is a common clinical practice to investigate endocrinology, genetic and growth disorders of children. However, clinical interpretation and bone age analyses are time-consuming, labor intensive and often subject to inter-observer variability. This advocates the need of... Read more
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Deformable Image Registration Using Cue-aware Deep Regression Network
Modern medical image analysis often has to deal with large-scale multi-center data, which requires the deformable registration satisfy the data diversity in clinical applications. We propose a novel deformable registration method, which is based on a cue-aware deep regression network,... Read more
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A New Image Similarity Metric for Improving Deformation Consistency in Graph Based Groupwise Image Registration
   In graph based groupwise image registration (G-GIR), a graph representing the input images is constructed using an image similarity metric (ISM). The ISM defines the graph edges that link image pairs. Similar images are connected via short edges. Based on... Read more
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Medical Image Synthesis with Deep Convolutional Adversarial Networks
Medical imaging plays a critical role in various clinical applications. However, due to multiple considerations such as cost and radiation dose, the acquisition of certain image modalities may be limited. Thus, medical image synthesis can be of great benefit by... Read more
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Structured Learning for 3D Perivascular Spaces Segmentation Using Vascular Features
Perivascular spaces (PVSs), which are also known as Virchow-Robin spaces, are cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) filled spaces ensheathing small blood vessels as they penetrate the brain parenchyma. The clinical significance of PVSs comes primarily from their tendency to dilate in abnormal... Read more