17 Works

Ovary data from the Visual Sweden project DROID

Karin Lindman, Jerónimo F. Rose, Martin Lindvall & Caroline Bivik Stadler
This dataset consists of 174 WSI ovary whole slide images (WSI): 158 malignant and 16 benign. Eight of the most common, histological definable tumour types were annotated: high grade serous carcinoma (HGSC), low grade serous carcinoma (LGSC), clear cell carcinoma (CC), endometrioid adenocarcinoma (EN), metastastic serous carcinoma (MS), metastatic other (MO), serous borderline tumor (SB) and mucinous borderline tumor (MB). Also normal ovarian tissue were annotated. 2402 separate annotations were made. For the benign structures...

Skeletal data from the Visual Sweden project DROID

Mischa Woisetschläger, Filip Landgren, Caroline Bivik Stadler & Daniel Forsberg
36 radiology cases showing lytic and lytic/sclerotic (blastic) metastases i.e. bone regenerative and degenerative. These cases have all been punctured and pathologically analyzed to verify the diagnose. The metastases were segmented accurately by a radiologist and the annotations were confirmed by a second radiologist.

Multi-echo gradient echo (MEGRE)

Christian Jamtheim Gustafsson
Multi-echo gradient echo (MEGRE) MRI data with 8 different echo times (2.38-23.6 ms) from 326 + 40 prostate cancer patients with gold fiducial markers inserted into the prostate (train/validation + test dataset). A scientific paper that utilizes this dataset for deep learning has been [published](https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6560/abb0f9). Underlying description of the technique and its first use has been described in a [previous publication](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28803447). The data contains an image volume for each patient, for each echo time. The...

Knee fracture classification according to AO/OTA 2018

Max Gordon, Olof Sköldenberg & Ehsan Akbarian
Test set used for knee fracture classification using the AO/OTA 2018 classification. 2472 images from 600 examinations. OpenAccess article available [here](https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0248809).

Knee osteoarthritis classification according to Kellgren-Lawrence

Max Gordon & Ehsan Akbarian
Test set used for knee osteoarthritis classification according to the Kellgren-Lawrence classification. 1121 images from 300 exams.

Computed Tomography Pulmonary Angiography (CTPA) data

Tobias Sjöblom, Nataša Sladoje, Ali Teymur Kahraman, Dimitris Toumpanakis & Tomas Fröding
30 clinical routine CTPA examinations, performed on a Philips Brilliance 64 CT or GE Lightspeed VCT. 14317 axial images (1 or 0,625mm) plus additional reformats. 5 of the CTPAs are positive for pulmonary embolism and have all the emboli carefully delineated by an experienced radiologist.

Segmented CT pelvis scans with annotated anatomical landmarks

Bryan Connolly & Chunliang Wang
5 bone segmentation masks and 15 annotations of anatomical landmarks for pelvis bones in each of 90 Computed Tomography (CT) cases extracted from the [CT Lymph nodes](https://wiki.cancerimagingarchive.net/display/Public/CT+Lymph+Nodes) and [CT Colonography](https://wiki.cancerimagingarchive.net/display/Public/CT+COLONOGRAPHY) collections from the [The Cancer Imaging Archive](https://www.cancerimagingarchive.net/) (TCIA).

Regional lymph node metastasis in colon adenocarcinoma

Gordan Maras, Martin Lindvall & Claes Lundstrom
Whole slide pathology images from regional lymph node metastasis in colon adenocarcinoma produced at Region Gävleborg Clinical Pathology and Cytology department and Region Östergötland Clinical Pathology department. Annotations for AI training produced as part of AIDA clinical fellowship project investigating AI decision support in metastasis detection. This dataset has been extended with a second collection series in the LNCO2 dataset using different collection and annotation parameters.

Mammograms from cancer screening

Victor Dahlblom, Magnus Dustler & Sophia Zackrisson
14711 digital mammography (DM) examinations from screening, usually including two projections (mediolateral oblique and craniocaudal) of each breast. Categorized cancer positive/negative. 95 cancer cases diagnosed on DM. Part of this dataset is directly available for inspection for partners on the AIDA platform, and the rest can be made available on request. This dataset is an anonymized excerpt from a dataset with richer associated data, collected in a research project which is still ongoing. The authors...

Skin data from the Visual Sweden project DROID

Karin Lindman, Jerónimo F. Rose, Martin Lindvall & Caroline Bivik Stadler
The dataset consists of 99 H whole slide skin images (WSI) - 49 abnormal and 50 normal cases. All significant abnormal findings identified are outlined and categorized into 13 types such as actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma and dermatofibroma. Other tissue components, such as epidermis, adnexal structures, as well as the surgical margin are delineated to create a complete histological map. In total, 16741 separate annotations have been made to segment the different tissue structures...

Axillary lymph nodes in breast cancer cases

Sofia Jarkman, Martin Lindvall, Joel Hedlund, Darren Treanor, Claes Lundstrom & Jeroen Van Der Laak
Whole slide imaging of 396 full cases of axillary lymph nodes in breast cancer cases. Included are both sentinel node surgery and axillary resections pre, peri or post breast cancer surgery or treatment. Sentinel node cases are cut in three levels (stained with HE) and one additional slide immunohistochemically stained with CKAE1/AE3. The number of sentinel node cases with complete immunohistochemical staining is 321. The axillary resections are cut with one cut level as default....

Regional lymph node metastasis in colon adenocarcinoma, second collection series

Gordan Maras, Martin Lindvall & Claes Lundstrom
Whole slide pathology images from regional lymph node metastasis in colon adenocarcinoma produced at Region Gävleborg Clinical Pathology and Cytology department. Consists of fifty chronologically consecutive cases. This dataset represents a second collection series in connection to the LNCO dataset using different collection and annotation parameters.

CT of normal skulls in three categories (Female, Male, Mixed)

Einar Heiberg & Finn Lennartsson
The data contains 300 skulls. The data is divided into three groups with 100 scans in three categories Females, Males, and Mix. The purpose of the project was to generate a machine learning algorithm to be able reconstruct missing parts of the skull for cranioplasty. Each scan was verified to ensure normal skull shape. To ensure data privacy the faces have been deblurred with an in-house developed algorithm.

Breast data from the Visual Sweden project DROID

Anna Bodén, Jerónimo F. Rose, Martin Lindvall & Caroline Bivik Stadler
This dataset consists of 361 whole slide images (WSI) - 296 malignant from women with invasive breast cancer (HER2 neg) and 65 benign. The tumours have been classified with four SNOMED-CT categories based on morphology: invasive duct carcinoma, invasive lobular carcinoma, in situ carcinoma, and others. 4144 separate annotations have been made to segment different tissue structures connected to ontologies.

Colon data from the Visual Sweden project DROID

Karin Lindman, Martin Lindvall, Caroline Bivik Stadler, Claes Lundstrom & Darren Treanor
The dataset consists of 101 H colon whole slide images (WSI) - 52 abnormal and 49 benign cases. All significant abnormal findings identified are outlined and categorized into 15 types such as hyperplastic polyp, high grade adenocarcinoma and necrosis. Other tissue components such as mucosa, submucosa, as well as the surgical margin are delineated to create a complete histological map. In total, 756 separate annotations have been made to segment the different tissue structures and...

Liver data from the Visual Sweden project DROID

Mischa Woisetschläger, Johan Blomma, Nils Dahlström, Caroline Bivik Stadler & Daniel Forsberg
77 CT abdomen (computed tomography) examinations taken with contrast in venous phase. All cases showed liver malignancies. Manual oncological annotations were made by a radiologist and these were controlled by a second experienced radiologist. All changes with a diameter greater than 5mm were segmented and assumed metastases (cysts excluded as defined by HU). 317 lesions were annotated.

X-ray examinations of atypical femoral fractures

Jörg Schilcher & Chunliang Wang
Atypical femoral fracture is a well-documented adverse reaction to bisphosphonate treatment, but may also have other causes. This dataset contains 433 radiographs from 149 patients with complete AFF, and 549 radiographs from 224 patients with normal femur fractures. There are no diagnoses of cancer, to reduce the risk of confounding by indication.

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