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How digital pathology ensures ongoing diagnosis in a time of crisis
Feedbacks from hospitals in Paris, Montreal and Brussels
ContentsMany surgical procedures are being cancelled in this time of crisis, however cancer care must continue. Furthermore, cancer / COVID-19 comorbidities are common and lead to the appearance of new specimens with specific lesions.
Many pathology departments are seeing a decline in their production capacity while they take COVID+ samples and contribute to the analysis of cellular and tissue alterations. In this context, digital pathology would facilitate the sharing of cases and would promote the mobility of the pathologist.
This white paper shows how digital pathology has helped to address the current crisis within pathology departments and to ensure continuity of cancer diagnosis. It deals with the experiences from three hospitals that have been quickly adapting their operation to effectively manage diagnosis in the current context of confinement.
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