Col­lab­o­ra­tive di­ag­nos­tics


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Pathol­ogy is a frus­trat­ingly ana­log branch of medicine. Pathol­o­gists must slice, stain, and view tis­sue sam­ples un­der a mi­cro­scope. Send­ing spec­i­mens to sec­on­dopin­ion MDs takes days or weeks. IntelliSite Pathol­ogy uses a high-res­o­lu­tion scan­ner to con­vert pre­pared spec­i­mens into dig­i­tal im­ages that are as de­tailed as those un­der a scope. This al­lows doc­tors to quickly send cases to con­sult­ing col­leagues.

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