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In fact, due to the presence of speckle, even ultrasound experts with sufficient experience may not be able to draw useful conclusions from the images . , edge detection, segmentation) and displays in two dimensions and volume rendering in three dimensions. Therefore, speckle is most often considered a dominant source of noise in ultrasound imaging and should be filtered out [2, 5, 6] without affecting important features of the image. The objective of this work was to carry out a comparative evaluation of despeckle filtering techniques based on texture analysis, image quality evaluation metrics, and visual assessment by experts on 440 ultrasound images of a carotid artery bifurcation.
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