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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: The MS signature overlaid on tumor regions in an (a) ovarian, (b) prostate H, (c) breast HE, and (d) prostate HE image. Corresponding results for benign regions are shown in (i - l), respectively. Three rays from each image (e - h) and (m - p) are extracted and illustrated beneath the corresponding images. We can see that in the presented non - tumor regions (i - l), the MS signature has fewer and smaller objects to obstruct its path, and thus the rays are less tortuous, unlike in the corresponding tumoral regions (a - d)

Figure 3: The MS signature overlaid on tumor regions in an (a) ovarian, (b) prostate H, (c) breast HE, and (d) prostate HE image. Corresponding results for benign regions are shown in (i - l), respectively. Three rays from each image (e - h) and (m - p) are extracted and illustrated beneath the corresponding images. We can see that in the presented non - tumor regions (i - l), the MS signature has fewer and smaller objects to obstruct its path, and thus the rays are less tortuous, unlike in the corresponding tumoral regions (a - d)