A Clearer Picture
How does a new quality control tool filter digital slide images by quality?
Luke Turner | | Quick Read
Knife chatter – a term with which some pathologists will be all too familiar – refers to a compromise in the quality of glass slides caused by issues with slide preparation, such as air bubbles, smears, or ragged cuts in the tissue. Pathologists analyzing slides under a microscope can easily identify those affected by the issue – but when it comes to digital pathology imaging, knife chatter introduces a whole new standardization problem. To address it, Anant Madabhushi and Andrew Janowczyk of Case Western Reserve University’s Center for Computational Imaging and Personal Diagnostics have developed a program that aims to ensure the quality of digital slide images.
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