Long Live the (Digital) Revolution!
Pathology strides forward: the era of digitization and artificial intelligence
Dariusz Borys | | Opinion
Pathology has witnessed many changes over the last few decades– it seems like we’re applying new technologies and developing new molecular studies every day. Digital pathology is just one such example: a dynamic, image-based technique that enables the acquisition, management, and interpretation of diagnostic information obtained from a digitized glass slide. Healthcare applications for digital pathology are incredibly wide-ranging: primary and intraoperative diagnosis, diagnostic consultation, medical student and resident training, manual and semi-quantitative review of immunohistochemistry (IHC), clinical research, diagnostic decision support, peer review, tumor boards, and more.
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