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Automated cephalometric landmark detection with confidence regions using Bayesian convolutional neural networks
- Automated cephalometric landmark detection with confidence regions using Bayesian convolutional neural networks
- Lee J.-H.; Yu H.-J.; Kim M.-J.; Kim J.-W.; Choi J.
- Ewha Authors
- 김민지; 김진우
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- 김민지; 김진우
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- Journal Title
- BMC Oral Health
- BMC Oral Health vol. 20, no. 1
- Artificial intelligence; Artificial neural networks; Bayesian method; Cephalometry; Deep learning; Dental anatomy; Machine vision; Oral & maxillofacial surgery; Orthodontic(s); Orthodontics; Orthognathic/orthognathic surgery; Radiography
- BioMed Central Ltd
- SCIE; SCOPUS
- Document Type
- Background: Despite the integral role of cephalometric analysis in orthodontics, there have been limitations regarding the reliability, accuracy, etc. of cephalometric landmarks tracing. Attempts on developing automatic plotting systems have continuously been made but they are insufficient for clinical applications due to low reliability of specific landmarks. In this study, we aimed to develop a novel framework for locating cephalometric landmarks with confidence regions using Bayesian Convolutional Neural Networks (BCNN). Methods: We have trained our model with the dataset from the ISBI 2015 grand challenge in dental X-ray image analysis. The overall algorithm consisted of a region of interest (ROI) extraction of landmarks and landmarks estimation considering uncertainty. Prediction data produced from the Bayesian model has been dealt with post-processing methods with respect to pixel probabilities and uncertainties. Results: Our framework showed a mean landmark error (LE) of 1.53 ± 1.74 mm and achieved a successful detection rate (SDR) of 82.11, 92.28 and 95.95%, respectively, in the 2, 3, and 4 mm range. Especially, the most erroneous point in preceding studies, Gonion, reduced nearly halves of its error compared to the others. Additionally, our results demonstrated significantly higher performance in identifying anatomical abnormalities. By providing confidence regions (95%) that consider uncertainty, our framework can provide clinical convenience and contribute to making better decisions. Conclusion: Our framework provides cephalometric landmarks and their confidence regions, which could be used as a computer-aided diagnosis tool and education. © 2020 The Author(s).
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