alexa Organ Abnormality Prediction Using Finger Vein Reader
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Organ Abnormality Prediction Using Finger Vein Reader

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This project deals with su jok which means all organs can be controlled within palm of our hand and feet. Veins in fingers are related to our major organs .Every changes in organ in the organ leads to changes in shape of vein. This changes in shape of vein shape indicates the disease. Here, vein image processing approach done based on morphology principle, which is suitable for examining the veins shape. Finger vein reader is a setup used to gather vein from human finger. By gathering the vein image, the disease or change of organ can be identified whether the organ is normal or abnormal before the symptoms occurs. Hence diseases can be easily identified without any scanning process of whole body. So that, this project is very valuable to our society and medical field.


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