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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 24)
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Detection of Exudates in Retinal Images Using Fuzzy Techniques

S. Mohanapriya, M. PonniBala and S. Vijayachitra
Corresponding Author:  S.Mohanapriya 

Key words:  Connected component, exudates, fundus image, morphological operation, , ,
Vol. 4 , (24): 5320-5324
Submitted Accepted Published
March 18, 2012 April 23, 2012 December 15, 2012

Diabetic Retinopathy is a major cause for blindness, identified early by the formation of exudates in the retina. The conventional method followed by opthalmogists is the regular supervision of the retina. As this method takes time and energy of the opthalmogists, a new feature based classification for the detection of exudates in color fundus image is proposed in this study. This method reduces the professionals work to examine on every fundus image rather than only on abnormal image. The exudates are separated from the fundus image by thresholding and removal of optic disk using morphological operation and connected component analysis. The features are extracted from processed image and fuzzy technique is used for classification of images as exudates and non-exudates.
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S. Mohanapriya, M. PonniBala and S. Vijayachitra, 2012. Detection of Exudates in Retinal Images Using Fuzzy Techniques.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(24): 5320-5324.
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