digital pathology


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digital pathology

The acquisition, storage, manipulation, and transport of digital pathology images.
 
Requirements
Video camera or scanner to export images to reports for morphometry, conferencing, and telepathology.

digital pathology

Abbreviation: DP
The analysis of pathological specimens after the slides made from a tissue are scanned and converted to binary images that can be viewed, stored, analyzed, and archived by a computer.
See also: pathology
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OptraSCAN On-Demand Digital Pathology system includes a small-footprint, low and high throughput WSI scanner OptraSCAN (for brightfield, fluorescent and frozen section/live view mode), an integrated image viewer and image management system ImagePath and telepathology TELEPath, image analysis OptraASSAYS and CARDS (computer aided region detection system), and includes up to 10 TB of complimentary cloud storage.
Mobile applications revolving around DP will be seamlessly integrated into standard laboratory workflows for uploading digital pathology images, creating case hierarchies with multiple case slides and metadata, updating case histories, and annotating specimen descriptions.
As a result, the adoption of digital pathology is rising in the developed and growing economies.
The company added that its digital pathology solution is built on the same platform as Sectra's solution for handling radiology images (Sectra PACS), which allows integrated diagnostics - in-depth collaboration and easier sharing of medical images and patient information between radiologists and pathologists, along with other medical disciplines involved in cancer care.
Visiopharm is provider of quantitative image analysis software and end-to-end Digital Pathology solutions for hospitals, biopharmaceutical companies and research institutions around the world.
Digital pathology is an image-based information system which is enabled by computer technology for the management of information generated from a digital slide.
Digital pathology is a promising technology that could contribute to the speed and efficiency of the diagnostic process, said Cees Smit, director sales Philips Digital Pathology Benelux.
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Digital Pathology market for the period 2013-2018.
The global digital pathology market was valued at an estimated $250.
Bob van Gemen, general manager of Philips digital pathology, said: Anatomic pathology is an essential element of virtually every cancer diagnosis and the demand for it is ever-increasing.
Our mission is to provide interoperability and integration in the fragmented and rapidly evolving space of Digital Pathology," says CEO and founder Vitali Khvatkov.