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Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology, Microscopy and imaging, Software and hardware, Technology and innovation

Empowering Precision Diagnosis Through Digital Pathology

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As digitization continues to sweep the diagnostic arena, pathologists are increasingly using digital solutions instead of microscopes to review slides and cases. Why? Because the technology offers easy access to images, simplifies external consultations, reduces the need for physical storage and transport of slides, and holds promise for a computer-assisted future. But although the benefits of digital pathology are clear, not everyone has leapt in with both feet, often citing the slow speed of slide scanning or the differences between microscope and slide images. To win over those with any doubts, digital pathology must offer a seamless, efficient user experience.

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