Journal of Pathology Informatics

ERRATUM
Year
: 2019  |  Volume : 10  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 15-

Erratum: Introduction to Digital Image Analysis in Whole-slide Imaging: A White Paper from the Digital Pathology Assoc


 

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. Erratum: Introduction to Digital Image Analysis in Whole-slide Imaging: A White Paper from the Digital Pathology Assoc.J Pathol Inform 2019;10:15-15


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In the article titled "Introduction to digital image analysis in whole-slide imaging: A white paper from the digital pathology association", published at e-location 9, in Volume 10 of Journal of Pathology Informatics[1], the term "research" was miswritten as "investigation" on page 9, line no. 28, under the section 'Clinical/Diagnostic Workflow'.

The correct statement should be read as "There are basically three types of algorithm available currently in the diagnostic space: (1) FDA-cleared - FDA has determined that the commercially available product is ubstantially equivalent to another legally marketed algorithm for the same purpose as safe and effective. A premarket notification is referred as to 510(k);[135] (2) non-FDA approved commercially available - these products can be FDA registered for research use only; and (3) laboratory developed test - the algorithm is designed and used within a single laboratory according to the laboratory's own procedure."

References

1Aeffner F, Zarella MD, Buchbinder N, Bui MM, Goodman MR, Hartman DJ, et al . Introduction to digital image analysis in whole-slide imaging: A white paper from the digital pathology association. J Pathol Inform 2019;10:9.