Histopathology

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My lab: innovative cellular pathology

A guided tour of cellular pathology at One Dorset Pathology.

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What safeguards and regulations would you like to see in place for AI pathology?

With artificial intelligence (AI) becoming ever more sophisticated and prevalent across society, combined with advances in digital pathology and the fast-paced progress in deep learning, we may be on the cusp of the era of AI in pathology. However, with technical, logistical and ethical barriers in place, we look at what measures are needed before widespread clinical adoption.

Celebrating IBMS exam success

It is time to celebrate the success of more IBMS members in the Diploma of Expert Practice (DEP) or Advanced Specialist Diploma (ASD) in Histological Dissection and the DEP in Immunocytochemistry exams.

Advanced and consultant practice roles

Sarah May and Chris Ward from the IBMS look at advanced and consultant roles and discuss new developments and qualifications.

Tissue contamination distracts AI

In a new study, scientists trained three AI models to scan microscope slides of placenta tissue to detect blood vessel damage, estimate gestational age and classify macroscopic lesions.

Digital pathology cleared for use

New research has led to the UK government approving the use of digital pathology to help speed up analysis of cancer screening samples.

Two decades of hHER2 testing

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Her2 breast cancer testing at the Royal Cornwall Hospital. Senior Biomedical Scientist Mary Jones looks back over the past two decades.

Transforming histopathology

Following a complete overhaul, one lab is on track to hit the 98% target for 10-day turnaround times by 2025. Quality, Training and Transformation Manager Paul Chenery talks through the ambitious journey.

Digital pathology: a white paper

A look at the new IBMS and Microsoft white paper Digital Pathology and Integrated Care Systems, which was launched in September.

"No improvements for colonoscopies with AI"

A randomised controlled trial found that colonoscopy assisted by computer-aided detection (CAD) was not associated with improved detection of advanced colorectal neoplasias.

The big question: IBMS Congress 2023

This month we ask “What makes Congress the ‘go-to’ event for you?”

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