Electronic Imaging; A Guide for Anatomic Pathologists


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Abstract

The major goal of this article is to provide the reader with a better understanding of electronic imaging by presenting an overview of the devices processes, technology, and applications involved. Particularly telepathology. Understanding how an image is electronically captured and how it can be manipulated and transferred allows the anatomic pathologist to evaluate the range of its uses and advantages. Electronic imaging can be applied in every day documentation of case material, in making a CD for teaching purposes, and most especially. In interacting with colleagues in other parts of the world As standards change, so will the technologies, but and introduction to the basic principles and jargon of electronic imaging will make the transition smoother.

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