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Microscopy and imaging

Subspecialties Histology

H&E’s IR Upgrade

| William Aryitey

Boosting the accuracy of biopsy grading with Digistain

Subspecialties Clinical care

Benign or Malignant

| Saul Suster

When it comes to thyroid nodules, over-treatment is just as much of a risk as under-treatment

Diagnostics Oncology

The World (of IHC) Is Not Enough

| Dean Troyer

As a qualitative assay, immunohistochemistry does the job. But do we need more?

Diagnostics Histology

Case of the Month

This liver disease is most often associated with the mutation of which gene?

Subspecialties Microscopy and imaging

No Lens, No Problem

| Michael Schubert

Holographic lens-free microscopy can image thick tissue samples simply and inexpensively

Inside the Lab Profession

Finding Answers In Angiography

| Guy Rutty

Post-mortem cross-sectional imaging, supplemented with angiography, is minimally invasive

Inside the Lab Microscopy and imaging

The Revolution Will Be 3D Printed

| Tom Baden and André Maia Chagas

Open-source labware can potentially replace some expensive laboratory equipment

Diagnostics Histology

Case of the Month

What is the most likely diagnosis for this lung tumor removed from a 50-year-old man?

Diagnostics Histology

Case of the Month

What is the most likely diagnosis for this kidney biopsy specimen from a 22-year-old woman?

Inside the Lab Histology

Seeing the Light

| Michael Schubert

Conventional histopathology has drawbacks - could light-sheet microscopy change the game?

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