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The Future of Pathology: What can we Learn from the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Bethany J Williams, Filippo Fraggetta, Matthew G Hanna, Richard Huang, Jochen Lennerz, Roberto Salgado, S Joseph Sirintrapun, Liron Pantanowitz, Anil Parwani, Mark Zarella, Darren E Treanor,

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:15]

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Bridging the Collaboration Gap: Real-time Identification of Clinical Specimens for Biomedical Research.

Thomas J S Durant, Guannan Gong, Nathan Price, Wade L Schulz,

Introduction:Biomedical and translational research often relies on the evaluation of patients or specimens that meet specific clinical or laboratory criteria. The typical approach used to identify biospecimens is a manual, retrospective process that exists outside the clinical workflow. This often makes biospecimen collection cost prohibitive and prevents the collection of ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:14]

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The Next Generation Robotic Microscopy for Intraoperative Teleneuropathology Consultation.

Swikrity Upadhyay Baskota, Clayton Wiley, Liron Pantanowitz,

Introduction:Teleneuropathology at our institution evolved over the last 17 years from using static to dynamic robotic microscopy. Historically (2003-2007), using older technology, the deferral rate was 19.7%, and the concordance was 81% with the final diagnosis. Two years ago, we switched to use hybrid robotic devices to perform these intraoperative ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:13]

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Erratum: Guidelines from the Canadian Association of Pathologists for Establishing a Telepathology Service for Anatomic Pathology Using Whole-slide Imaging.

[This corrects the article on p. 15 in vol. 5, PMID: 24843826.]. ... Read more >>

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

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Guidance for Remote Reporting of Digital Pathology Slides During Periods of Exceptional Service Pressure: An Emergency Response from the UK Royal College of Pathologists.

Bethany Jill Williams, David Brettle, Muhammad Aslam, Paul Barrett, Gareth Bryson, Simon Cross, David Snead, Clare Verrill, Emily Clarke, Alexander Wright, Darren Treanor,

Pathology departments must rise to new staffing challenges caused by the coronavirus disease-19 pandemic and may need to work more flexibly for the foreseeable future. In light of this, many pathologists and departments are considering the merits of remote or home reporting of digital cases. While some individuals have experience ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:12]

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EpithNet: Deep Regression for Epithelium Segmentation in Cervical Histology Images.

Sudhir Sornapudi, Jason Hagerty, R Joe Stanley, William V Stoecker, Rodney Long, Sameer Antani, George Thoma, Rosemary Zuna, Shellaine R Frazier,

Background:Automated pathology techniques for detecting cervical cancer at the premalignant stage have advantages for women in areas with limited medical resources. Methods:This article presents EpithNet, a deep learning approach for the critical step of automated epithelium segmentation in digitized cervical histology images. EpithNet employs three regression networks of varying dimensions ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:10]

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Individualized Bayesian Risk Assessment for Cervical Squamous Neoplasia.

Lama F Farchoukh, Agnieszka Onisko, R Marshall Austin,

Background:Cervical screening could potentially be improved by better stratifying individual risk for the development of cervical cancer or precancer, possibly even allowing follow-up of individual patients differently than proposed under current guidelines that focus primarily on recent screening test results. We explore the use of a Bayesian decision science model ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:9]

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Value-Based Intervention with Hospital and Pathology Laboratory Informatics: A Case of Analytics and Outreach at the Veterans Affairs.

Gregory D Scott, Thomas F Osborne, Sang P Gross, Dean Fong,

Background:Laboratory tests are among the most ordered tests and account for a large portion of wasted health-care spending. Meta-analyses suggest that the most promising interventions at improving health-care value and reducing cost are low investment strategies involving simple changes to ordering systems. The veterans affairs (VA) has a 2018-2024 strategic ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:8]

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Payment Reform in the Era of Advanced Diagnostics, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.

James Sorace,

Health care is undergoing a profound transformation driven by an increase in new types of diagnostic data, increased data sharing enabled by interoperability, and improvements in our ability to interpret data through the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Paradoxically, we are also discovering that our current paradigms for ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:6]

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Value of Public Challenges for the Development of Pathology Deep Learning Algorithms.

Douglas Joseph Hartman, Jeroen A W M Van Der Laak, Metin N Gurcan, Liron Pantanowitz,

The introduction of digital pathology is changing the practice of diagnostic anatomic pathology. Digital pathology offers numerous advantages over using a physical slide on a physical microscope, including more discriminative tools to render a more precise diagnostic report. The development of these tools is being facilitated by public challenges related ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:7]

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Limited Number of Cases May Yield Generalizable Models, a Proof of Concept in Deep Learning for Colon Histology.

Lorne Holland, Dongguang Wei, Kristin A Olson, Anupam Mitra, John Paul Graff, Andrew D Jones, Blythe Durbin-Johnson, Ananya Datta Mitra, Hooman H Rashidi,

Background:Little is known about the effect of a minimum number of slides required in generating image datasets used to build generalizable machine-learning (ML) models. In addition, the assumption within deep learning is that the increased number of training images will always enhance accuracy and that the initial validation accuracy of ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:5]

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Artificial Intelligence-Driven Structurization of Diagnostic Information in Free-Text Pathology Reports.

Pericles S Giannaris, Zainab Al-Taie, Mikhail Kovalenko, Nattapon Thanintorn, Olha Kholod, Yulia Innokenteva, Emily Coberly, Shellaine Frazier, Katsiarina Laziuk, Mihail Popescu, Chi-Ren Shyu, Dong Xu, Richard D Hammer, Dmitriy Shin,

Background:Free-text sections of pathology reports contain the most important information from a diagnostic standpoint. However, this information is largely underutilized for computer-based analytics. The vast majority of NLP-based methods lack a capacity to accurately extract complex diagnostic entities and relationships among them as well as to provide an adequate knowledge ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:4]

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Precise Identification of Cell and Tissue Features Important for Histopathologic Diagnosis by a Whole Slide Imaging System.

Thomas W Bauer, Cynthia Behling, Dylan V Miller, Bernard S Chang, Elena Viktorova, Robert Magari, Perry E Jensen, Keith A Wharton, Jinsong Qiu,

Background:Previous studies have demonstrated the noninferiority of pathologists' interpretation of whole slide images (WSIs) compared to microscopic slides in diagnostic surgical pathology; however, to our knowledge, no published studies have tested analytical precision of an entire WSI system. Methods:In this study, five pathologists at three locations tested intra-system, inter-system/site, and ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:3]

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A Validation Study of Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 Immunohistochemistry Digital Imaging Analysis and its Correlation with Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 Fluorescence In situ Hybridization Results in Breast Carcinoma.

Ramon Hartage, Aidan C Li, Scott Hammond, Anil V Parwani,

Background:The Visiopharm human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) digital imaging analysis (DIA) algorithm assesses digitized HER2 immunohistochemistry (IHC) by measuring cell membrane connectivity. We aimed to validate this algorithm for clinical use by comparing with pathologists' scoring and correlating with HER2 fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) results. Materials and ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2020, 11:2]

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PATHOLOGY VISIONS 2019.

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Commentary: Automated Diagnosis and Gleason Grading of Prostate Cancer - Are Artificial Intelligence Systems Ready for Prime Time?

Anil V Parwani,

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:41]

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Whole-Slide Image Focus Quality: Automatic Assessment and Impact on AI Cancer Detection.

Timo Kohlberger, Yun Liu, Melissa Moran, Po-Hsuan Cameron Chen, Trissia Brown, Jason D Hipp, Craig H Mermel, Martin C Stumpe,

Background:Digital pathology enables remote access or consults and powerful image analysis algorithms. However, the slide digitization process can create artifacts such as out-of-focus (OOF). OOF is often only detected on careful review, potentially causing rescanning, and workflow delays. Although scan time operator screening for whole-slide OOF is feasible, manual screening ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:39]

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A Digital Pathology-Based Shotgun-Proteomics Approach to Biomarker Discovery in Colorectal Cancer.

Stefan Zahnd, Sophie Braga-Lagache, Natasha Buchs, Alessandro Lugli, Heather Dawson, Manfred Heller, Inti Zlobec,

Background:Biomarkers in colorectal cancer are scarce, especially for patients with Stage 2 disease. The aim of our study was to identify potential prognostic biomarkers from colorectal cancers using a novel combination of approaches, whereby digital pathology is coupled to shotgun proteomics followed by validation of candidates by immunohistochemistry (IHC) using ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:40]

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Clinical-grade Computational Pathology: Alea Iacta Est.

Filippo Fraggetta,

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:38]

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Order Indication Solicitation to Assess Clinical Laboratory Test Utilization: D-Dimer Order Patterns as an Illustrative Case.

Joseph W Rudolf, Jason M Baron, Anand S Dighe,

Background:A common challenge in the development of laboratory clinical decision support (CDS) and laboratory utilization management (UM) initiatives stems from the fact that many laboratory tests have multiple potential indications, limiting the ability to develop context-specific alerts. As a potential solution, we designed a CDS alert that asks the ordering ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:36]

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On the Edge of a Digital Pathology Transformation: Views from a Cellular Pathology Laboratory Focus Group.

Casmir Turnquist, Sharon Roberts-Gant, Helen Hemsworth, Kieron White, Lisa Browning, Gabrielle Rees, Derek Roskell, Clare Verrill,

Introduction:Digital pathology has the potential to revolutionize the way clinical diagnoses are made while improving safety and quality. With a few notable exceptions in the UK, few National Health Service (NHS) departments have deployed digital pathology platforms. Thus, in the next few years, many departments are anticipated to undergo the ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:37]

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Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cystic Lesions by Virtual Slicing: Comparison of Diagnostic Potential of Needle-Based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy versus Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Fine-Needle Aspiration.

Mehrvash Haghighi, Amrita Sethi, Iman Tavassoly, Tamas A Gonda, John M Poneros, Russell B McBride,

Background:Pancreatic cystic lesions are often challenging entities for diagnosis and management. EUS-FNA diagnostic accuracy is limited by paucicellularity of cytology specimens and sampling errors. Needle-based confocal laser endomicroscopy (nCLE) provides real-time imaging of the microscopic structure of the cystic lesion and could result in a more accurate diagnosis. Aims and ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:34]

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14th European Congress on Digital Pathology.

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A Taxonomic Index for Retrieval of Digitized Whole Slide Images from an Electronic Database for Medical School and Pathology Residency Education.

Agnes G Loeffler, Mark Smith, Elizabeth Way, Michelle Stoffel, Daniel F I Kurtycz,

Since the advent of whole slide imaging, the utility of digitized slides for education in medical school and residency has been amply documented. Pathology departments at most major academic medical centers have made digitized slides available to pathology residents for study, even before the use of digitized slides for clinical ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:33]

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Role of Telemedicine in Multidisciplinary Team Meetings.

Mohammad Reza F Aghdam, Aleksandar Vodovnik, Rania Adel Hameed,

We reviewed the role of telemedicine in multidisciplinary team (MDT) meetings, which play an important role in the provision of effective and tailored patient care in diverse clinical settings. This article is based on conducted search in PubMed. Search terms included "telemedicine," "multidisciplinary team," and "(telemedicine) and (multidisciplinary team)." Telemedicine ... Read more >>

J Pathol Inform (Journal of pathology informatics)
[2019, 10:35]

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