Informative articles on digital pathology and slide scanners

Explore the wealth of knowledge on Grundium's Articles page, where we delve into the evolving world of digital pathology. Our carefully curated articles offer in-depth discussions on current trends, practical use cases, and essential technical insights. Whether you're a seasoned professional or new to the field, join us in exploring the innovations and applications shaping the future of diagnostics and research.
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9 questions and answers about whole slide imaging

9 questions and answers about whole slide imaging In the dynamic world of medical diagnostics, Whole Slide Imaging (WSI) emerges as a game-changer in pathology. Many professionals grapple with its nuances as the shift to digital pathology accelerates. Dive into our concise guide, addressing nine pivotal questions about WSI. Equip yourself with insights and stay […]
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Processing frozen sections in Ukraine’s biggest pathology lab

Processing frozen sections in Ukraine’s biggest pathology lab Dr. Elena Koshyk, tells the story of how the Grundium Ocus microscope scanner helps them analyze frozen sections quickly at CSD Medical in Kyiv, Ukraine CSD Medical Laboratory (CSD) is a large private laboratory that has been utilizing digital pathology for many years, using multi-slide scanners for […]
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Dr. Leonardo Guasti at Queen Mary University of London using their Ocus®40 scanner on an iMac

Ocus® digital scanner removes bottlenecks in the research lab

Ocus® digital scanner removes bottlenecks in the research lab Dr. Leonardo Guasti, Reader in Endocrinology at the QMUL walks us through what happened when they purchased a Grundium Ocus®40 digital microscope scanner in September 2021. The Centre for Endocrinology at the Queen Mary University of London in the UK knew they needed to find ways […]
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Whole slide imaging and the Ocus® WSI scanners

Whole slide imaging, also known as WSI, virtual microscopy or digital pathology, is a technique that involves capturing high-resolution digital images of an entire microscope slide. This technology revolutionizes the field of pathology by digitizing glass slides and allowing pathologists to view and analyze them on a computer screen.
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What makes a great digital microscopic image?

Sometimes the transition switch from conventional microscopy to digital pathology is made challenging for the pathologist by differences in what the viewed images look like over the two mediums. So, what do you do to make a great digital microscope image?
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How digital imaging is changing pathology

Digital imaging is changing pathology by making it easier to identify and diagnose diseases. Pathologists are now able to use digital images to examine tissues and organs more closely, which has led to more accurate diagnoses. In addition, digital imaging is helping to improve the quality of pathology reports by providing clearer images of tissues and organs.
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Artificial intelligence vs. Human expertise in pathology

Artificial intelligence, AI, has been one of the most talked-about topics in pathology for years. AI stands on the shoulders of digital pathology, which can already feel threatening to the expert who has maybe spent decades looking at specimens in a microscope. Will all this rapidly developing technology make the expert obsolete?
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Ocus®20 vs. Ocus®40

Two beautiful and powerful scanners making the best professional diagnosis available for all life. What’s the difference? Here is what makes each of the Grundium Ocus® series scanners the most practical in their respective fields.
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Understanding Digital Pathology: Revolutionizing Modern Medicine

Digital pathology is a transformative approach in the field of pathology that involves the acquisition, management, sharing, and interpretation of pathology information in a digital environment. Grundium's Ocus scanners are at the forefront of this revolution, leveraging advanced imaging, data management, and artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of pathology practices.
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