Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : MRI

Selection Based Recursive Feature Elimination (SBRFE) Algorithm Used for EEG based Alzheimer’s Disease

N. Deepa; SP. Chokkalingam

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2287-2296

A enlightening of a framework utilizing cerebrum shape data for depiction of sound subjects and Alzheimer's distress patients there is no answer for Alzheimer's Disease (AD), a definite early assessment is fundamental for both the patient and social idea, and it will wind up being altogether constantly tremendous once infirmity changing managers are accessible to ruin, fix, or even log jam the improvement of the ailment. Disclosure of Alzheimer's sullying is mentioning a consequence of the likeness in earlier dementia with its information and standard sound MRI information of logically settled individuals. Social occasion of AD through noteworthy learning frameworks has been one of the most interesting examination territories in the clinical field. Regardless, the majority of the current strategies can't use the whole spatial data so we generalize at magnificent up an irrelevant effort EEG based Alzheimer's sickness territory structure different specialists have focused on presenting a high precision electronic estimation for get-together the AD and the Normal Control (NC) cases. In this paper, we propose a Selection Based Recursive Feature Elimination (SBRFE) check to confine patients having AD, smooth mental obstruction (MCI), and intellectually standard (CN) utilizing a social event of mix huge learning models to perform OASIS dataset show that better execution of the proposed noteworthy learning technique to be better than that of the some customary frameworks.


Dr. Amruta Dinesh Varma; Rajasbala Dhande

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1977-1982

Abstract: Background: Understanding the RELATION between anterior cruciate ligament
and postero lateral corner TRAUMA with antero-lateral ligament of knee with it’s clinical
diagnosis would help us better understand the pattern of injury and to take proper
treatment action .Objectives :To find the correlation between pattern of injury of
anterolateralligament , anterior cruciate ligament and posterolateral corner injury on MRI
with it’s clinical correlation and associated findings. Methodology: A cross-sectional study
will be done at Acharya Vinoba Bhave Rural Hospital, Sawangi, involving52 patients who
present with knee trauma for MRI. The sample will be selected and involvement of
Anterior cruciate ligament ,postero lateral corner injury and antero-lateral ligament with
associated findings will be evaluated using T1, T2 and PD MRI sequences. These will be
compared and there association will be calculated which can be used for better planning of
treatment. Results: After appropriate statistical analysis, we expect to find association
between anterolateral ligament and anterior cruciate ligament tear with posterolateral
corner injury and this will be considered for reconstruction. Conclusion: In this
observational study, we expect associations between injured ligaments with aid of clinical
findings . We also expect to find a positive association between anterolateral ligament with
posterolateral corner injury and anterior cruciate ligament tear.