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Reproducibility of AJCC Criteria for Classifying Deeply Invasive Colon Cancers Is Suboptimal for Consistent Cancer Staging.

Nicole C Panarelli, Suntrea T G Hammer, Jingmei Lin, Purva Gopal, ILKe Nalbantoglu, Lili Zhao, Jerome Cheng, Adam J Gersten, Jonathan B McHugh, Vinita Parkash, Elena Lucas, Maria Westerhoff,

The eighth edition of the American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) Staging Manual attempts to address ambiguity in the pT category assignment for colon cancer from prior editions. Despite modifications, the distinction between the pT3 and pT4a categories continues to be a source of diagnostic confusion. In this study, we ... Read more >>

Am J Surg Pathol (The American journal of surgical pathology)
[2020, 44(10):1381-1388]

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Display Characteristics and Their Impact on Digital Pathology: A Current Review of Pathologists' Future "Microscope".

Jacob T Abel, Peter Ouillette, Christopher L Williams, John Blau, Jerome Cheng, Keluo Yao, Winston Y Lee, Toby C Cornish, Ulysses G J Balis, David S McClintock,

Digital displays (monitors) are an indispensable component of a pathologists' daily workflow, from writing reports, viewing whole-slide images, or browsing the Internet. Due to a paucity of literature and experience surrounding display use and standardization in pathology, the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) has currently restricted FDA-cleared whole-slide imaging systems ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:23]

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The diagnosis of clinically significant oesophageal Candida infections: a reappraisal of clinicopathological findings.

Erika Hissong, Shula Schechter, Jonathan Mowers, Rhonda K Yantiss, Tomas Slavik, Jerome Cheng, Laura W Lamps,

AIMS:Distinguishing true oesophageal Candida infections from oral contaminants is a common diagnostic issue. Historically, histological features believed to indicate true infection included epithelial invasion by pseudohyphae and intraepithelial neutrophils. Whether or not these features correlate with endoscopic lesions, symptoms and response to therapy has never been tested in a large ... Read more >>

Histopathology (Histopathology)
[2020, 76(5):748-754]

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Display Characteristics and Their Impact on Digital Pathology: A Current Review of Pathologists’ Future “Microscope”

Jacob T. Abel, Peter Ouillette, Christopher L. Williams, John Blau, Jerome Cheng, Keluo Yao, Winston Y. Lee, Toby C. Cornish, Ulysses G.J. Balis, David S. McClintock,

Digital displays (monitors) are an indispensable component of a pathologists’ daily workflow, from writing reports, viewing whole-slide images, or browsing the Internet. Due to a paucity of literature and experience surrounding display use and standardization in pathology, the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) has currently restricted FDA-cleared whole-slide imaging systems ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:]

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Computer-Aided Laser Dissection: A Microdissection Workflow Leveraging Image Analysis Tools.

Jason D Hipp, Donald J Johann, Yun Chen, Anant Madabhushi, James Monaco, Jerome Cheng, Jaime Rodriguez-Canales, Martin C Stumpe, Greg Riedlinger, Avi Z Rosenberg, Jeffrey C Hanson, Lakshmi P Kunju, Michael R Emmert-Buck, Ulysses J Balis, Michael A Tangrea,

Introduction:The development and application of new molecular diagnostic assays based on next-generation sequencing and proteomics require improved methodologies for procurement of target cells from histological sections. Laser microdissection can successfully isolate distinct cells from tissue specimens based on visual selection for many research and clinical applications. However, this can be ... Read more >>

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2018, 9:45]

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SIVQ-LCM protocol for the ArcturusXT instrument.

Jason D Hipp, Jerome Cheng, Jeffrey C Hanson, Avi Z Rosenberg, Michael R Emmert-Buck, Michael A Tangrea, Ulysses J Balis,

SIVQ-LCM is a new methodology that automates and streamlines the more traditional, user-dependent laser dissection process. It aims to create an advanced, rapidly customizable laser dissection platform technology. In this report, we describe the integration of the image analysis software Spatially Invariant Vector Quantization (SIVQ) onto the ArcturusXT instrument. The ArcturusXT ... Read more >>

J Vis Exp (Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE)
[2014, (89):]

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Semiautomated laser capture microdissection of lung adenocarcinoma cytology samples.

Sinchita Roy Chowdhuri, Jeffrey Hanson, Jerome Cheng, Jaime Rodriguez-Canales, Patricia Fetsch, Ulysses Balis, Armando C Filie, Giuseppe Giaccone, Michael R Emmert-Buck, Jason D Hipp,

OBJECTIVE:In the past decade molecular diagnostics has changed the clinical management of lung adenocarcinoma patients. Molecular diagnostics, however, is largely dependent on the quantity and quality of the tumor DNA that is retrieved from the tissue or cytology samples. Frequently, patients are diagnosed on cytology specimens where the tumor cells ... Read more >>

Acta Cytol (Acta cytologica)
[2012, 56(6):622-631]

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Integration of architectural and cytologic driven image algorithms for prostate adenocarcinoma identification.

Jason Hipp, James Monaco, L Priya Kunju, Jerome Cheng, Yukako Yagi, Jaime Rodriguez-Canales, Michael R Emmert-Buck, Stephen Hewitt, Michael D Feldman, John E Tomaszewski, Mehmet Toner, Ronald G Tompkins, Thomas Flotte, David Lucas, John R Gilbertson, Anant Madabhushi, Ulysses Balis,

The advent of digital slides offers new opportunities within the practice of pathology such as the use of image analysis techniques to facilitate computer aided diagnosis (CAD) solutions. Use of CAD holds promise to enable new levels of decision support and allow for additional layers of quality assurance and consistency ... Read more >>

Anal Cell Pathol (Amst) (Analytical cellular pathology (Amsterdam))
[2012, 35(4):251-265]

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Optimization of complex cancer morphology detection using the SIVQ pattern recognition algorithm.

Jason Hipp, Steven Christopher Smith, Jerome Cheng, Scott Arthur Tomlins, James Monaco, Anant Madabhushi, Lakshmi Priya Kunju, Ulysses J Balis,

For personalization of medicine, increasingly clinical and demographic data are integrated into nomograms for prognostic use, while molecular biomarkers are being developed to add independent diagnostic, prognostic, or management information. In a number of cases in surgical pathology, morphometric quantitation is already performed manually or semi-quantitatively, with this effort contributing ... Read more >>

Anal Cell Pathol (Amst) (Analytical cellular pathology (Amsterdam))
[2012, 35(1):41-50]

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Poster Session.

Jason Hipp, Steven Christopher Smith, Jerome Cheng, Scott Tomlins, James Monaco, Anant Madabhushi, Priya Kunju, Ulysses J. Balis,

Anal Cell Pathol (Amst) (Analytical cellular pathology (Amsterdam))
[2011, 34(4):197-203]

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Image microarrays (IMA): Digital pathology's missing tool.

Jason Hipp, Jerome Cheng, Liron Pantanowitz, Stephen Hewitt, Yukako Yagi, James Monaco, Anant Madabhushi, Jaime Rodriguez-Canales, Jeffrey Hanson, Sinchita Roy-Chowdhuri, Armando C Filie, Michael D Feldman, John E Tomaszewski, Natalie Nc Shih, Victor Brodsky, Giuseppe Giaccone, Michael R Emmert-Buck, Ulysses J Balis,

INTRODUCTION:The increasing availability of whole slide imaging (WSI) data sets (digital slides) from glass slides offers new opportunities for the development of computer-aided diagnostic (CAD) algorithms. With the all-digital pathology workflow that these data sets will enable in the near future, literally millions of digital slides will be generated and ... Read more >>

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2011, 2:47]

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Automated vector selection of SIVQ and parallel computing integration MATLAB™: Innovations supporting large-scale and high-throughput image analysis studies.

Jerome Cheng, Jason Hipp, James Monaco, David R Lucas, Anant Madabhushi, Ulysses J Balis,

INTRODUCTION:Spatially invariant vector quantization (SIVQ) is a texture and color-based image matching algorithm that queries the image space through the use of ring vectors. In prior studies, the selection of one or more optimal vectors for a particular feature of interest required a manual process, with the user initially stochastically ... Read more >>

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2011, 2:37]

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The need for the pathology community to sponsor a whole slide imaging repository with technical guidance from the pathology informatics community.

Jason D Hipp, Jeffrey Sica, Barbara McKenna, James Monaco, Anant Madabhushi, Jerome Cheng, Ulysses J Balis,

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2011, 2:31]

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Computer aided diagnostic tools aim to empower rather than replace pathologists: Lessons learned from computational chess.

Jason Hipp, Thomas Flotte, James Monaco, Jerome Cheng, Anant Madabhushi, Yukako Yagi, Jaime Rodriguez-Canales, Michael Emmert-Buck, Michael C Dugan, Stephen Hewitt, Mehmet Toner, Ronald G Tompkins, David Lucas, John R Gilbertson, Ulysses J Balis,

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2011, 2:25]

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Spatially Invariant Vector Quantization: A pattern matching algorithm for multiple classes of image subject matter including pathology.

Jason D Hipp, Jerome Y Cheng, Mehmet Toner, Ronald G Tompkins, Ulysses J Balis,

INTRODUCTION:HISTORICALLY, EFFECTIVE CLINICAL UTILIZATION OF IMAGE ANALYSIS AND PATTERN RECOGNITION ALGORITHMS IN PATHOLOGY HAS BEEN HAMPERED BY TWO CRITICAL LIMITATIONS: 1) the availability of digital whole slide imagery data sets and 2) a relative domain knowledge deficit in terms of application of such algorithms, on the part of practicing pathologists. ... Read more >>

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2011, 2:13]

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SIVQ-aided laser capture microdissection: A tool for high-throughput expression profiling.

Jason Hipp, Jerome Cheng, Jeffrey C Hanson, Wusheng Yan, Phil Taylor, Nan Hu, Jaime Rodriguez-Canales, Jennifer Hipp, Michael A Tangrea, Michael R Emmert-Buck, Ulysses Balis,

INTRODUCTION:Laser capture microdissection (LCM) facilitates procurement of defined cell populations for study in the context of histopathology. The morphologic assessment step in the LCM procedure is time consuming and tedious, thus restricting the utility of the technology for large applications. RESULTS:Here, we describe the use of Spatially Invariant Vector Quantization ... Read more >>

(Journal of pathology informatics)
[2011, 2:19]

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Automated area calculation of histopathologic features using SIVQ.

Jason Hipp, Jerome Cheng, Stephanie Daignault, Jefferey Sica, Michael C Dugan, David Lucas, Yukako Yagi, Stephen Hewitt, Ulysses J Balis,

Recently, with the advent of the 7th edition of the AJCC Cancer Staging manual, at least one set of criteria (e.g. breast) were modified to now require the measurement of maximal depth of stromal invasion. With the current manual interpretive morphological approaches typically employed by surgical pathologists to assess tumor ... Read more >>

Anal Cell Pathol (Amst) (Analytical cellular pathology (Amsterdam))
[2011, 34(5):265-275]

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