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In the era computer and telecommunications, pathologist's still mount tissue slices on glass slides, treat them with appropriate stains and examine them through a microscope. Despite advances in staining techniques, it's a process that has changed little over the last twenty years. Interpreting what they see is a time-consuming process and requires a great deal of skill and experience. Imaging techniques can play an important role in helping perform breast biopsies, especially of abnormal areas. In our research work, to understand the type of human breast cancer and attempt to analyse the histopathological slides with our proposed method to identify cancer parts just using simple technique of isolation of insignificant portion of slide by color polarization. The simplicity of algorithm is leads to less computational time. Thus, this approach is suitable for automated real-time breast cancer diagnosis tool.
Date of Conference: 28-30 July 2010