Histopathology

Precision pathology for cancer with new ai tool

A new AI tool interprets medical images with unprecedented clarity, according to the results of a new study.

Tech news: January 2024

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My lab: digital pathology service

Rachael Nicholson gives a guided tour of the Medica MedPath Digital Pathology Hub in Runcorn.

AI grading the severity of a rare cancer

Professor Christina Messiou talks us through her study that shows AI is nearly twice as good at grading the aggressiveness of a rare form of cancer from scans as the current method.

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?”

Digita immunofluorescence implementation into routine diagnostic use

Paul Chenery and Mark Housley discuss digital immunofluorescence at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, from initial implementation to future applications.

Building on a success story

Sarah May, IBMS Deputy Chief Executive, and Chris Ward, IBMS Head of Examinations, outline the launch of new limited-scope scientist reporting qualifications.

The big question: histopathologist shortage

This month we ask “How can we solve the current shortage of histopathologists?”

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