A BRIEF STUDY ON HISTOPATHOLOGICAL IMAGES
Publication Date : 14/08/2019
The process of examining biological tissue under a microscope for detecting the severity of the disease is called histology, it is an essential technique in biomedical research and clinical practice. While slide preparation and imaging is increasingly becoming automated, but the analysis of histology images still require the trained eyes of a pathologist to examine under a microscope. Processing tissues from histopathological images has become now fully computerized, significantly increasing the speed, the labs can produce tissue slides for viewing images digitally. Digitizing these slides, allows pathologist to view these slides on a computer rather than on microscope. routine analysis of tissues selection will be very difficult, manual task that can be completed only by trained pathologists at a huge cost. In the clinical domain, these methods could improve the accuracy and consistency of diagnoses and hence pathologists can focus on the most difficult cases. This research domain could complete the tasks that are time-consuming for humans, and discover new diseases from millions of whole-slide images (WSIs) or precisely delineating tissues within a tumor, allowing for a quantitative comparison of tumours grown under different conditions.
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