In Microscopy research and technique
Skin covers the entire body and is the largest organ. Skin cancer is one of the most dreadful cancers that is primarily triggered by sensitivity to ultraviolet rays from the sun. However, the riskiest is melanoma, although it starts in a few different ways. The patient is extremely unaware of recognizing skin malignant growth at the initial stage. Literature is evident that various handcrafted and automatic deep learning features are employed to diagnose skin cancer using the traditional machine and deep learning techniques. The current research presents a comparison of skin cancer diagnosis techniques using handcrafted and non-handcrafted features. Additionally, clinical features such as Menzies method, seven-point detection, asymmetry, border color and diameter, visual textures (GRC), local binary patterns, Gabor filters, random fields of Markov, fractal dimension, and an oriental histography are also explored in the process of skin cancer detection. Several parameters, such as jacquard index, accuracy, dice efficiency, preciseness, sensitivity, and specificity, are compared on benchmark data sets to assess reported techniques. Finally, publicly available skin cancer data sets are described and the remaining issues are highlighted.
cancer, conventional versus deep learning, handcrafted versus non-handcrafted features, health systems, healthcare, skin melanoma