telemicroscopy

telemicroscopy

(tel'-mī-kros'kŏ-pē),
Transmission of digitized microscopic images over telecommunication lines for study at remote sites.
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Nomenclatural benchmarking: the roles of digital typification and telemicroscopy.
Such mobile technologies are beginning to be used to improve public health and patient care (1, 2); examples include text messaging for improving adherence to malaria (3) and HIV treatment (4, 5), transmission of images for telemicroscopy (6), and personal digital assistants for collecting laboratory results (7).
The full system, including sample loading, can be run remotely, making it suited for telemicroscopy and hazardous environments such as nuclear facilities.
International telemicroscopy with a 3MV ultrahigh voltage electron microscope.
In the mid-1990s, Web-based telemicroscopy was made available to NCMIR's user community in the United States and abroad, which was then able to effectively use the remote interface to acquire data.
Telemicroscopy only gives you one view at a time, making it difficult to tell where you are on the microscope slide, while virtual microcopy can provide simultaneous low- and high-magnification views of the digital slide.
Examples of applications include remote telemicroscopy, remote surgery, 3D visualization of large datasets (e.
Respective arrangements are facilitated by using inactivated samples and implementing new technologies, such as automated pattern recognition (49) and telemicroscopy by using digital image acquisition and remote operation of the instrument or review of micrographs through the Internet (50).
CellScope: Telemicroscopy for Disease Diagnosis: Daniel Fletcher, professor at the University of California, Berkeley, leads a research team responsible for the CellScope, a blend of "cell phone" and "microscope.
Use digital imaging systems such as whole slide imaging (WSI), telemicroscopy, and image analysis (as appropriate to practice setting).
This includes evaluation of diffraction images, analyzing convergent images for analysis of semiconductor stress, evaluation and visualization of energy loss spectra, telemicroscopy, automatic particle analysis, and a 3-D visualization.
Telemicroscopy, artificial intelligence, and the Internet will all combine to provide the user community with an unfettered list of suppliers with digital imaging technology.