telepathology

telepathology

/tele·pa·thol·o·gy/ (tel″ĕ-pah-thol´ŏ-je) the practice of pathology at a remote location by means of video cameras, monitors, and a remote-controlled microscope.

telepathology

The electronic transmission of pathological images, usually obtained from a microscope, from one location to another, for interpretation and diagnosis.

telepathology

Telemedicine An evolving field of pathology which uses high-resolution video cameras and robotic microscopes to transmit images of cells and tissues via phone or fiberoptic lines to a distant center. See Telemedicine.

tel·e·path·ol·o·gy

(tel'ĕ-pa-thol'ŏ-jē)
Transmission of digitized images of pathology specimens over telecommunication lines for study at remote sites.
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Market segmentation is done based on type( Telehospitals and clinics, Telehome), based on Technology(Hardware, Software, Telecom, Services), based on Clinical applications( Teleconsultation, Telepathology, Telecardiology,Telesurgery, Teleradiology, Teledermatology), and based on geography(France, Italy, Germany) Some of the key participants in the global telemedicine market include Aerotel Medical Systems Limited, AMD Telemedicine, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Mennen Medical Corp.
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Information will continue to play a big role in many other areas of the laboratory, Kaabar said, such as telepathology, which is used by doctors to provide a diagnosis through telecommunication, and digital microscopy.
On the contrary, while a country continues its path towards being a middle-income country, these technologies might be used extensively and will become a tool for health matters as has recently been proven by the successful use of the internet in Uganda for telepathology diagnoses.
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Telepathology offers many new opportunities for pathology.
Although dynamic telepathology bypassed the subsampling problem, it did not produce a permanent record (12-16); however, robotic whole slide imaging overcomes both obstacles.
Researchers from the medical and the technological dimensions of telemedicine report on such aspects as applying virtual organizational technology, health and health care grid services and delivery integrating electronic health and telemedicine, grid technology in telepathology and personalized treatment, applications of computational grids in neuro-oncology as a model for cancer sub-specialties, a grid for post-operative care through wireless sensor networks, and a secure teleradiology grid.
Targeted to practicing engineers, researchers and physicians, the journal covers the emergence of telemedicine and its application to emergency healthcare, diagnoses and consultations, as well as to videoconsulting, telecardiology, teleoncology, telepathology and other related medical areas.
Given its high-speed and broad voice range, the advanced service is expected to offer new applications such as telepathology.
The collaboration infrastructure enables distributed teams to access, view, and share imaging work and is ideal for Digital pathology applications like telepathology, distance learning, peer review, virtual tumor board, and web portals.