Sunetra Banerjee

Sunetra Banerjee
University of Technology Sydney | UTS · Department of Biomedical Engineering

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
January 2019 - present
University of Technology Sydney
Position
  • Casual Academic staff
January 2017 - August 2018
KCG College of Technology
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
July 2012 - February 2016
National Institute of Science & Technology
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (16)
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Scoliosis is a 3D spinal deformation where the spine takes a lateral curvature, forming an angle in the coronal plane. Diagnosis of scoliosis requires periodic detection, and frequent exposure to radiative imaging may cause cancer. A safer and more economical alternative imaging, i.e., 3D ultrasound imaging modality, is being explored. However, unl...
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Volume Projection Imaging from ultrasound data is a promising technique to visualize spine features and diagnose Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. In this paper, we present a novel multi-task framework to reduce the scan noise in volume projection images and to segment different spine features simultaneously, which provides an appealing alternative...
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Scoliosis is a widespread medical condition where the spine becomes severely deformed and bends over time. It mostly affects young adults and may have a permanent impact on them. A periodic assessment, using a suitable modality, is necessary for its early detection. Conventionally, the usually employed modalities include X-ray and MRI, which employ...
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3D ultrasound imaging has become one of the common diagnosis ways to assess scoliosis since it is radiation-free, real-time, and low-cost. Spine curvature angle measurement is an important step to assess scoliosis precisely. One way to calculate the angle is using the vertebrae features of the 2-D coronal images to identify the most tilted vertebra...
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Periodic inspection and assessment are important for scoliosis patients. 3D ultrasound imaging has become an important means of scoliosis assessment as it is a real-time, cost-effective and radiation-free imaging technique. With the generation of a 3D ultrasound volume projection spine image using our Scolioscan system, a series of 2D coronal ultra...
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3D ultrasound imaging shows great promise for scoliosis diagnosis thanks to its low-costing, radiation-free and real-time characteristics. The key to accessing scoliosis by ultrasound imaging is to accurately segment the bone area and measure the scoliosis degree based on the symmetry of the bone features. The ultrasound images tend to contain many...
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Scoliosis is a 3D spinal deformation where the spine takes a lateral curvature, which generates an angle in a coronal plane. For periodic detection of scoliosis, safe and economic imaging modality is needed as continuous exposure to radiative imaging may cause cancer. 3D ultrasound imaging is a cost-effective and radiation-free imaging modality whi...
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3D Ultrasound imaging has become an important means of scoliosis assessment as it is a real-time, cost-effective and radiation-free imaging technique. However, the coronal images from different depths of a 3D ultrasound image have different imaging definitions. So there is a need to select the coronal image that would give the best image definition...
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Lung cancer is one of the most fatal cancers in the world. If the lung cancer can be diagnosed at an early stage, the survival rate of patients post treatment increases dramatically. Computed Tomography (CT) diagram is an effective tool to detect lung cancer. In this paper, we proposed a novel two-stage convolution neural network (2S-CNN) to classi...
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this paper illustrates an experimental investigation about the breakdown in transformer oil under the action of lightning impulse voltage, to increase the life span of a transformer liquid insulation material (oil). Generally, the life span of a normal transformer oil is 5 years, after which it has to be replaced, which is costly. In order to achie...
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Background reckoning and the foreground, play prominent roles in the tasks of visual detection and tracking of objects. Moving Object Detection has been widely used in sundry discipline such as intelligent systems, security systems, video monitoring systems, banking places, provisionary systems, and so on. In this paper proposes moving objects dete...
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-Several type of heart malfunctions are usually caused by heart attack. Unfortunately large groups of people are affected by this problem. The main goal of this paper is to diagnose the ECG data & liquid profile of a patient by different clustering methods to define an optimal solution in different circumstance.

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Hi, I have 6 tables in my manuscript (result section). The citation order is getting changed in the main text body, whenever I am trying to put citations in tables. I use EndNote software for citation. The citation order (number 1) starts from table 1 and the main text citation number starts after finishing all the citations in the tables. I need the citation order to start from the main text, not from the tables. Any help is appreciated.

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