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Ultrasound Image Denoising using a Combination of Bilateral Filtering and Stationary Wavelet Transform

Ultrasound Image Denoising using a Combination of Bilateral Filtering and Stationary Wavelet Transform

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 Ultrasound Image Denoising using a Combination of Bilateral Filtering and Stationary Wavelet Transform

Medical image degradation has a significant im-pact on image quality, and thus affects human interpretation and the accuracy of computer-assisted diagnostic techniques. Unfortunately, Ultrasound images are mainly degraded by an intrinsic noise called speckle. Therefore, despekle filtering is a critical preprocessing step in medical ultrasound images. In this paper we propose a new image denoising technique based on the combination of bilateral filter and stationary wavelet transform. The main contribution of this paper is in the use of a new neighborhood relationship to develop a new multiscale bilateral filter. Experimental results validated the effectiveness and theaccuracy of the proposed filter in speckle noise reduction and edge preservation for medical ultrasound images.


 


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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 31 July, 2017.

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