Digital Surgical Pathology
Surgical pathology is the study of tissues taken from living patients during surgery.To assist in the diagnosis of a disease and the development of a treatment strategy.
The majority of pathologists spend the most of their time on surgical pathology. Examination of surgical specimens under the gross and microscopic microscope, as well as submission of biopsies by surgeons and non-surgeons such general internists, medical subspecialists, dermatologists, and interventional radiologists, are all included in surgical pathology.
Digital pathology As A Resource For Surgical Pathology
It will advance the pathologist’s position and enable them to make more strategic choices based on information, output, and input factors. There are several benefits to using digital technologies, including: Time-saving digital workflow tools; Closer and more effective collaboration with distant coworkers or peers; putting into practise extra work; enhanced pathology using artificial intelligence (AI) or image analysis to improve and aid interpretation; Algorithms for counting or interpretation that are based on AI and deep learning; Machine learning to increase precision
Surgical Pathology Subspecialties
Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology.
Head and Neck (ENT)
Surgical Pathology Workflows
Standard surgical specimen grossing lab work,
Standard routine histology,
Sistochemical special stains,
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