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Title:
PROGRAM FOR INDICATING HUNNER LESIONS, TRAINED MODEL, AND METHOD FOR GENERATING SAME
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2022/114088
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
Provided are: a learning model generation method for generating a learning model in which endoscope image data regarding Hunner lesions in the urinary bladder is acquired as teaching data, and to and from which, by using the teaching data, urinary bladder endoscope images are inputted and indications of positions of Hunner lesions in the urinary bladder endoscope images are outputted; and a trained model and a program; and a control device that is for a urinary bladder endoscope and that has recorded the program or model thereon. Also provided are: a program for causing a computer to execute a process for inputting a target urinary bladder endoscope image to a learning model, in which endoscope image data regarding Hunner lesions in the urinary bladder is acquired, and to and from which urinary bladder endoscope images are inputted and data regarding indications of positions of Hunner lesions in the endoscope images are outputted, so as to output an indication of a position of Hunner lesions; and a control device that is for a urinary bladder endoscope and that has the program recorded thereon.

Inventors:
UEDA TOMOHIRO (JP)
GRUSHNIKOV ANDREY (JP)
Application Number:
PCT/JP2021/043293
Publication Date:
June 02, 2022
Filing Date:
November 25, 2021
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Assignee:
TOMO CO LTD (JP)
International Classes:
A61B1/00; A61B1/045; A61B1/307
Foreign References:
JP2009066090A2009-04-02
JP2017534322A2017-11-24
Other References:
WHITMORE, Kristene E, et al., Hunner lesion versus non-Hunner lesion interstitial crystitis/bladder pain syndrome, International Journal of Urology, [online], 30 May 2019, [retreived on 25 january 2022], Retrieved from the Internet: , vol. 26, Issue S1, pp. 26-34
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
TAKAHASHI, Takeshi et al. (JP)
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