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BIMCV-COVID19+
2D Classification
Medical
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许可协议: Research Only

Overview

BIMCV-COVID19 + dataset is a large dataset with chest X-ray images CXR (CR, DX) and computed tomography (CT) imaging of COVID-19 patients along with their radiographic findings, pathologies, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), immunoglobulin G ( IgG) and immunoglobulin M (IgM) diagnostic antibody tests and radiographic reports from Medical Imaging Databank in Valencian Region Medical Image Bank (BIMCV). The findings are mapped onto standard Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) terminology and they cover a wide spectrum of thoracic entities, contrasting with the much more reduced number of entities annotated in previous datasets. Images are stored in high resolution and entities are localized with anatomical labels in a Medical Imaging Data Structure (MIDS) format. In addition, 10 images were annotated by a team of expert radiologists to include semantic segmentation of radiographic findings. Moreover, extensive information is provided, including the patient's demographic information, type of projection and acquisition parameters for the imaging study, among others. This first iteration of the database includes 1380 CX, 885 DX and 163 CT studies.

Citation

Please use the following citation when referencing the dataset:

@article{de2020bimcv,
  title={BIMCV COVID-19+: a large annotated dataset of RX and CT images from COVID-19 patients.},
  author={de la Iglesia Vay{\'a}, Maria and Saborit, Jos{\'e} Manuel and Montell, Joaquim Angel and Pertusa, Antonio and Bustos, Aurelia and Cazorla, Miguel and Galant, Joaquin and Barber, Xavier and Orozco-Beltr{\'a}n, Domingo and Garc{\'\i}a-Garc{\'\i}a, Francisco and others},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.01174},
  year={2020}
}

License

Data availability

Use of the BIMCV-COVID19 is free to all researchers. Researchers seeking to use the full Clinical Database must formally request access. By requesting access the user agrees that (1) he / she will not share the data, (2) he / she will make no attempt to reidentify individuals. The BIMCV-COVID19, although de-identified, still contains information regarding the clinical care of patients, and must be treated with appropriate respect. Researchers seeking to use the full Clinical Database must formally request access.

BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset Research Use Agreement

  1. Permission is granted to view and use the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset without charge for research purposes only. Its sale is prohibited. Any non-academic research use need to be evaluated case by case by BIMCV- BIMCV-COVID19. If you intend to use this dataset for any non-academic research use, you need to communicate it describing the intended use and receive approval by the BIMCV-COVID19.

  2. In agreement with the mission of the BIMCV-COVID19 to promote the publication of scientific knowledge as open data, any computational model or algorithm that have used the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset and is publicly referenced (e.g. in a publication etc..) is suggested to be shared including the code and model weights and any case will give appropriate credit by citing the BIMCV-COVID19 article but not in any way that suggests that the BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 endorses you or your use.

  3. Other than the rights granted herein, the BIMCV retains all rights, title, and interest in the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset.

  4. You may make a verbatim copy of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset for personal, research use as permitted in this Research Use Agreement. If another user within your organization wishes to use the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset, they must comply with all the terms of this Research Use Agreement.

  5. YOU MAY NOT DISTRIBUTE, PUBLISH, OR REPRODUCE A COPY of any portion or all of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset to others without specific prior written permission from BIMCV-COVID19.

  6. You must not modify, reverse engineer, decompile, or create derivative works from the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset with the exception of works in agreement with the clause number 2. You must not remove or alter any copyright or other proprietary notices in the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset.

  7. The BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset has not been reviewed or approved by the Food and Drug Administration or the European Medicines Agency, and is for Research Use Only. In no event shall data or images generated through the use of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset be used or relied upon in the diagnosis or provision of patient care.

  8. THE BIMCV-COVID19 DATASET IS PROVIDED «AS IS,» AND BIMCV AND ITS COLLABORATORS DO NOT MAKE ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NOR DO THEY ASSUME ANY LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE USE OF THIS BIMCV-COVID19 DATASET.

  9. You will not make any attempt to re-identify any of the individual data subjects. Re-identification of individuals is strictly prohibited. Any re-identification of any individual data subject shall be immediately reported to BIMCV-COVID19 project team. Please note that this project was approved by the institutional research committee, and both the images and the associated reports were made anonymous and de-identified by the Medical Image Bank of the Valencian Community at the Department of Universal Health and Public Health Services (BIMCV-CSUSP) and the Health Informatics Department at San Juan Hospital.

  10. Any violation of this Research Use Agreement or other impermissible use shall be grounds for immediate termination of use of this BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset. In the event that the BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 determines that the recipient has violated this Research Use Agreement or other impermissible use has been made, the BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 may direct that the undersigned data recipient immediately return all copies of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset and retain no copies thereof even if you did not cause the violation or impermissible use.

  11. You are agree to indemnify and hold BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 harmless from any claims, losses or damages, including legal fees, arising out of or resulting from your use of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset or your violation or role in violation of these Terms. You agree to fully cooperate in BIMCV- BIMCV-COVID19 defense against any such claims.

数据概要
数据格式
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发布方
BIMCV
BIMCV is a bank of images conceived as a repository of knowledge aimed at promoting technological advances in medical imaging and provide technology services coverage to support projects I+D.
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BIMCV-COVID19+
2D Classification
Medical
许可协议: Research Only

Overview

BIMCV-COVID19 + dataset is a large dataset with chest X-ray images CXR (CR, DX) and computed tomography (CT) imaging of COVID-19 patients along with their radiographic findings, pathologies, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), immunoglobulin G ( IgG) and immunoglobulin M (IgM) diagnostic antibody tests and radiographic reports from Medical Imaging Databank in Valencian Region Medical Image Bank (BIMCV). The findings are mapped onto standard Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) terminology and they cover a wide spectrum of thoracic entities, contrasting with the much more reduced number of entities annotated in previous datasets. Images are stored in high resolution and entities are localized with anatomical labels in a Medical Imaging Data Structure (MIDS) format. In addition, 10 images were annotated by a team of expert radiologists to include semantic segmentation of radiographic findings. Moreover, extensive information is provided, including the patient's demographic information, type of projection and acquisition parameters for the imaging study, among others. This first iteration of the database includes 1380 CX, 885 DX and 163 CT studies.

Citation

Please use the following citation when referencing the dataset:

@article{de2020bimcv,
  title={BIMCV COVID-19+: a large annotated dataset of RX and CT images from COVID-19 patients.},
  author={de la Iglesia Vay{\'a}, Maria and Saborit, Jos{\'e} Manuel and Montell, Joaquim Angel and Pertusa, Antonio and Bustos, Aurelia and Cazorla, Miguel and Galant, Joaquin and Barber, Xavier and Orozco-Beltr{\'a}n, Domingo and Garc{\'\i}a-Garc{\'\i}a, Francisco and others},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.01174},
  year={2020}
}

License

Data availability

Use of the BIMCV-COVID19 is free to all researchers. Researchers seeking to use the full Clinical Database must formally request access. By requesting access the user agrees that (1) he / she will not share the data, (2) he / she will make no attempt to reidentify individuals. The BIMCV-COVID19, although de-identified, still contains information regarding the clinical care of patients, and must be treated with appropriate respect. Researchers seeking to use the full Clinical Database must formally request access.

BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset Research Use Agreement

  1. Permission is granted to view and use the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset without charge for research purposes only. Its sale is prohibited. Any non-academic research use need to be evaluated case by case by BIMCV- BIMCV-COVID19. If you intend to use this dataset for any non-academic research use, you need to communicate it describing the intended use and receive approval by the BIMCV-COVID19.

  2. In agreement with the mission of the BIMCV-COVID19 to promote the publication of scientific knowledge as open data, any computational model or algorithm that have used the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset and is publicly referenced (e.g. in a publication etc..) is suggested to be shared including the code and model weights and any case will give appropriate credit by citing the BIMCV-COVID19 article but not in any way that suggests that the BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 endorses you or your use.

  3. Other than the rights granted herein, the BIMCV retains all rights, title, and interest in the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset.

  4. You may make a verbatim copy of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset for personal, research use as permitted in this Research Use Agreement. If another user within your organization wishes to use the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset, they must comply with all the terms of this Research Use Agreement.

  5. YOU MAY NOT DISTRIBUTE, PUBLISH, OR REPRODUCE A COPY of any portion or all of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset to others without specific prior written permission from BIMCV-COVID19.

  6. You must not modify, reverse engineer, decompile, or create derivative works from the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset with the exception of works in agreement with the clause number 2. You must not remove or alter any copyright or other proprietary notices in the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset.

  7. The BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset has not been reviewed or approved by the Food and Drug Administration or the European Medicines Agency, and is for Research Use Only. In no event shall data or images generated through the use of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset be used or relied upon in the diagnosis or provision of patient care.

  8. THE BIMCV-COVID19 DATASET IS PROVIDED «AS IS,» AND BIMCV AND ITS COLLABORATORS DO NOT MAKE ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NOR DO THEY ASSUME ANY LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE USE OF THIS BIMCV-COVID19 DATASET.

  9. You will not make any attempt to re-identify any of the individual data subjects. Re-identification of individuals is strictly prohibited. Any re-identification of any individual data subject shall be immediately reported to BIMCV-COVID19 project team. Please note that this project was approved by the institutional research committee, and both the images and the associated reports were made anonymous and de-identified by the Medical Image Bank of the Valencian Community at the Department of Universal Health and Public Health Services (BIMCV-CSUSP) and the Health Informatics Department at San Juan Hospital.

  10. Any violation of this Research Use Agreement or other impermissible use shall be grounds for immediate termination of use of this BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset. In the event that the BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 determines that the recipient has violated this Research Use Agreement or other impermissible use has been made, the BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 may direct that the undersigned data recipient immediately return all copies of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset and retain no copies thereof even if you did not cause the violation or impermissible use.

  11. You are agree to indemnify and hold BIMCV – BIMCV-COVID19 harmless from any claims, losses or damages, including legal fees, arising out of or resulting from your use of the BIMCV-COVID19 Dataset or your violation or role in violation of these Terms. You agree to fully cooperate in BIMCV- BIMCV-COVID19 defense against any such claims.

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