Computer-Aided Diagnosis in Lung Cancer Detection: A Review
The greatest cause of death for both men and women globally is lung cancer. This is mostly because it manifests no symptoms at first and is only identified at a late stage, when the patient's condition has already gotten worse. Typically, a skilled lung expert will thoroughly examine CT scans to make the diagnosis of lung cancer. Finding and interpreting abnormalities on a CT scan can be quite challenging, even for highly skilled medical professionals. In order to help doctors identify malignant cells, a lot of research is being done in the area of computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) of lung cancer. This study's main goal is to examine some CAD methods that have been used to diagnose lung cancer.