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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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.
In certain countries, the use of static and dynamic telepathology has help pathologists at remote areas and pathologists with limited experience to communicate with a distant pathology institute where diagnoses were made on digital images.
In DP, mobile devices are being used to acquire and transmit digital images to bypass traditional forms of telepathology.
The LFH would benefit most from telepathology because of the size constraints and fragility of the larger slides via snail mail.
Located at the campus of Shanghai Ruijin Hospital, Luwan Branch, ProMed is equipped with advanced medical equipment such as linear accelerators, CTs, MRIs, Mo-target mammography, CDFI and telepathology consultation systems.
The high throughput WSI scanner's integrated image viewer, image management system ImagePath and telepathology TELEPath, On-Demand image analysis OptraASSAYS and CARDS, as well as 10 TB of complimentary storage, make it an ideal solution for new entrants to Digital Pathology, or existing users to enhance their Digital Pathology service offerings.
The global digital pathology systems market segmentation is based on product types, technology (virtual microscopy, static telepathology, dynamic telepathology), and its applications (drug discovery and development, disease diagnosis, academic research).
Clinicians and experts around the world can instantly connect with pathologists for real-time consultations utilizing Mikroscan's SL5 and Live-Q real-time telepathology software.
The company's IkoniWAN telepathology gateway secures remote access to Ikonisoft viewer.
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.
Thirty-eight contributed chapters conclude with special techniques, including telepathology, automation in cervical cytology, immunocytochemistry, molecular techniques, and HPV detection techniques.
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.