@Article{Smutek-ECUMB04,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 13 Jan 2005 },
  UPDATE  = { 2004-06-11 },
  author =       {Smutek, Daniel and {\v S}{\'a}ra, Radim and Jiskra, Jan and
                  Tesa{\v r}, Ludv{\'\i}k},
  title =        {Ultrasound of Thyroid Gland - What Is Hidden Inside and
                  Physician Does Not See},
  journal =      {Lijecnicki Vjesnik},
  year =         {2004},
  editor   =     {{\v C}ike{\v s}, Nada},
  volume =       {126},
  number =       {Suppl. 2; Abstracts from European Congress on Ultrasound in
                  Medicine and Biology},
  pages =        {57},
  address =      {Zagreb, Croatia},
  publisher =    {Kratis - Zagreb},
  issn =         {0024-3477},
  authorship =   {40-20-20-20},
  project =      {MSM 210000012, NO/7742-3, sono},
annote      = { It is shown that inflamed and normal thyroid tissue can be
    differentiated by texture analysis of B-mode sonographic images.
    Classification success rate of 100 perc. has been achieved in
    differentiating between an ultrasound image of healthy thyroid
    gland and an image of gland with chronic inflammation.  The
    relation between image features and serological markers of thyroid
    autoimmunity has also been analyzed. A significant correlation
    between serum levels of thyroid antibodies and texture features
    was found. These findings suggest the possibility of using
    sonographic quantitative indicators not only for classification
    but also as predictors of thyroid antibodies in patient's blood. },
keywords    = { thyroid gland, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, sonographic image,
              texture features, classification, thyroid antibody },
}