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In Journal of healthcare engineering

Heart angiography is a test in which the concerned medical specialist identifies the abnormality in heart vessels. This type of diagnosis takes a lot of time by the concerned physician. In our proposed method, we segmented the interested regions of heart vessels and then classified. Segmentation and classification of heart angiography provides significant information for the physician as well as patient. Contradictorily, in the mention domain of heart angiography, the charge is prone to error, phase overwhelming, and thought-provoking task for the physician (heart specialist). An automatic segmentation and classification of heart blood vessels descriptions can improve the truthfulness and speed up the finding of heart illnesses. In this work, we recommend a computer-assisted conclusion arrangement for the localization of human heart blood vessels within heart angiographic imageries by using multiclass ensemble classification mechanism. In the proposed work, the heart blood vessels will be first segmented, and the various features according to accuracy have been extracted. Low-level features such as texture, statistical, and geometrical features were extracted in human heart blood vessels. At last, in the proposed framework, heart blood vessels have been categorized in their four respective classes including normal, block, narrow, and blood flow-reduced vessels. The proposed approach has achieved best result which provides very useful, easy, accurate, and time-saving environment to cardiologists for the diagnosis of heart-related diseases.

Abdullah Siddiqi, Muhammad Hameed Salamah Alhwaiti, Yousef Alrashdi, Ibrahim Ali, Amjad Faisal