Malaria Parasite Images

Malaria Parasite Images Malaria Parasite Images - Isfahan MISP Datasets  : Malaria is a blood infectious disease caused by Plasmodium parasite, which is transmitted through infected mosquito bites. In the human body, the parasites travel through the bloodstream and infect red blood cells (RBCs). The disease is widespread in the tropics and subtropics countries. Four species of Plasmodium which infect humans are called P. falciparum, P. vivax, P. ovale and P. malariae (P. for plasmodium). Ring, schizont and gametocyte are three main stages of malaria.
The database is thin blood film which was digitized with a Sony (Minato, Tokyo, Japan), high resolution digital camera DSC-H9 coupled to an Olympus (Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan), CH40RF200 microscope and a 100 power objective yielded a total magnification of 1000.
These thin blood smear images are provided by contributions of Isfahan University of Medical Science. The database is composed of 26 thin blood smear images, in which the total 1274 objects are analysed to decide whether infected by malaria parasite or they are
healthy. All stages of malaria including ring, schizont and gametocyte are existed in the provided database.

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  1. Anupama Bhan says:

    Kindly provide the access to databse for research purpose. I will cite this database in my publications.

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