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May 6, 2022, 1:10 a.m. | Yan Han, Chongyan Chen, Ahmed Tewfik, Benjamin Glicksberg, Ying Ding, Yifan Peng, Zhangyang Wang

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Building a highly accurate predictive model for classification and
localization of abnormalities in chest X-rays usually requires a large number
of manually annotated labels and pixel regions (bounding boxes) of
abnormalities. However, it is expensive to acquire such annotations, especially
the bounding boxes. Recently, contrastive learning has shown strong promise in
leveraging unlabeled natural images to produce highly generalizable and
discriminative features. However, extending its power to the medical image
domain is under-explored and highly non-trivial, since medical images are …

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