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Currently, blood problems are diagnosed by looking at tiny images of blood cells. The classification of certain blood-related ailments can be aided by identifying blood abnormalities. This report describes a preliminary investigation into the development of a method for detecting leukaemia kinds using microscopic images of blood samples. Image analysis is crucial because diseases may be recognised and diagnosed more quickly. Other disease control, surveillance, and prevention methods can then be implemented.
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