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Exploring virtual reality technology and the Oculus Rift for the examination of digital pathology slides

Farahani Navid, Post Robert, Duboy Jon, Ahmed Ishtiaque, Kolowitz Brian J, Krinchai Teppituk, Monaco Sara E, Fine Jeffrey L, Hartman Douglas J, Pantanowitz Liron

Year : 2016| Volume: 7| Issue : 1 | Page no: 22-22

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