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Final Gleason score prediction using discriminant analysis and support vector machine based on preoperative multiparametric MR imaging of prostate cancer at 3T.

Citak-Er F, Vural M, Acar O, Esen T, Onay A, Ozturk-Isik E - Biomed Res Int (2014)

Bottom Line: Using a standard PCA before final Gleason score classification resulted in mean sensitivities of 51.19% and 64.37% and mean specificities of 72.71% and 39.90% for LDA and SVM, respectively.Using a Gaussian kernel PCA resulted in mean sensitivities of 86.51% and 87.88% and mean specificities of 63.99% and 56.83% for LDA and SVM, respectively.SVM classifier resulted in a slightly higher sensitivity but a lower specificity than LDA method for final Gleason score prediction for prostate cancer for this limited patient population.

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Affiliation: Department of Genetics and Bioengineering, Yeditepe University, İnönü Mah., Kayışdağı Cad, 26 Ağustos Yerleşimi, Ataşehir, 34755 Istanbul, Turkey.

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Objective: This study aimed at evaluating linear discriminant analysis (LDA) and support vector machine (SVM) classifiers for estimating final Gleason score preoperatively using multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mp-MRI) and clinical parameters.

Materials and methods: Thirty-three patients who underwent mp-MRI on a 3T clinical MR scanner and radical prostatectomy were enrolled in this study. The input features for classifiers were age, the presence of a palpable prostate abnormality, prostate specific antigen (PSA) level, index lesion size, and Likert scales of T2 weighted MRI (T2w-MRI), diffusion weighted MRI (DW-MRI), and dynamic contrast enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) estimated by an experienced radiologist. SVM based recursive feature elimination (SVM-RFE) was used for eliminating features. Principal component analysis (PCA) was applied for data uncorrelation.

Results: Using a standard PCA before final Gleason score classification resulted in mean sensitivities of 51.19% and 64.37% and mean specificities of 72.71% and 39.90% for LDA and SVM, respectively. Using a Gaussian kernel PCA resulted in mean sensitivities of 86.51% and 87.88% and mean specificities of 63.99% and 56.83% for LDA and SVM, respectively.

Conclusion: SVM classifier resulted in a slightly higher sensitivity but a lower specificity than LDA method for final Gleason score prediction for prostate cancer for this limited patient population.

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Multiparametric MRI data of a 67-years old male patient diagnosed with prostate cancer. T2w-MRI (a), DW-MRI (b = 1000) (b), ADC (c), DCE-MRI wash-in/wash-out map (d), and DCE-MRI time curve (e).
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fig1: Multiparametric MRI data of a 67-years old male patient diagnosed with prostate cancer. T2w-MRI (a), DW-MRI (b = 1000) (b), ADC (c), DCE-MRI wash-in/wash-out map (d), and DCE-MRI time curve (e).

Mentions: Figure 1 shows the multiparametric MRI data of a 67-years old patient diagnosed with a prostate cancer. There was a signal intensity wash-out in the DCE-MRI data (Figure 1(d)), low T2 signal intensity (Figure 1(a)), and low ADC (Figure 1(c)).


Final Gleason score prediction using discriminant analysis and support vector machine based on preoperative multiparametric MR imaging of prostate cancer at 3T.

Citak-Er F, Vural M, Acar O, Esen T, Onay A, Ozturk-Isik E - Biomed Res Int (2014)

Multiparametric MRI data of a 67-years old male patient diagnosed with prostate cancer. T2w-MRI (a), DW-MRI (b = 1000) (b), ADC (c), DCE-MRI wash-in/wash-out map (d), and DCE-MRI time curve (e).
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fig1: Multiparametric MRI data of a 67-years old male patient diagnosed with prostate cancer. T2w-MRI (a), DW-MRI (b = 1000) (b), ADC (c), DCE-MRI wash-in/wash-out map (d), and DCE-MRI time curve (e).
Mentions: Figure 1 shows the multiparametric MRI data of a 67-years old patient diagnosed with a prostate cancer. There was a signal intensity wash-out in the DCE-MRI data (Figure 1(d)), low T2 signal intensity (Figure 1(a)), and low ADC (Figure 1(c)).

Bottom Line: Using a standard PCA before final Gleason score classification resulted in mean sensitivities of 51.19% and 64.37% and mean specificities of 72.71% and 39.90% for LDA and SVM, respectively.Using a Gaussian kernel PCA resulted in mean sensitivities of 86.51% and 87.88% and mean specificities of 63.99% and 56.83% for LDA and SVM, respectively.SVM classifier resulted in a slightly higher sensitivity but a lower specificity than LDA method for final Gleason score prediction for prostate cancer for this limited patient population.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Genetics and Bioengineering, Yeditepe University, İnönü Mah., Kayışdağı Cad, 26 Ağustos Yerleşimi, Ataşehir, 34755 Istanbul, Turkey.

ABSTRACT

Objective: This study aimed at evaluating linear discriminant analysis (LDA) and support vector machine (SVM) classifiers for estimating final Gleason score preoperatively using multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mp-MRI) and clinical parameters.

Materials and methods: Thirty-three patients who underwent mp-MRI on a 3T clinical MR scanner and radical prostatectomy were enrolled in this study. The input features for classifiers were age, the presence of a palpable prostate abnormality, prostate specific antigen (PSA) level, index lesion size, and Likert scales of T2 weighted MRI (T2w-MRI), diffusion weighted MRI (DW-MRI), and dynamic contrast enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI) estimated by an experienced radiologist. SVM based recursive feature elimination (SVM-RFE) was used for eliminating features. Principal component analysis (PCA) was applied for data uncorrelation.

Results: Using a standard PCA before final Gleason score classification resulted in mean sensitivities of 51.19% and 64.37% and mean specificities of 72.71% and 39.90% for LDA and SVM, respectively. Using a Gaussian kernel PCA resulted in mean sensitivities of 86.51% and 87.88% and mean specificities of 63.99% and 56.83% for LDA and SVM, respectively.

Conclusion: SVM classifier resulted in a slightly higher sensitivity but a lower specificity than LDA method for final Gleason score prediction for prostate cancer for this limited patient population.

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