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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: (a-c) Screenshots of the latest PathXL viewer in the VIRMIK virtual microscopy platform (available from April 2016). The viewer is accessible from laptops, desktop computers, tablets, or smartphones. In (a) each course is shown as a gray “title” and these can be used to access the virtual microscopy specimens. The black “titles” are subdirectories of the general pathology course and divided into subtopics: there is one for each microscopy lesson. On the right of panel a the explanatory text is shown with the corresponding microscope specimen visible as a thumbnail. The software allows the students to insert annotations and save images on their own computers; they can insert examples of any abnormalities in their personal notes using the “screenshot” button visible near the bottom of panel b. The other buttons include measurement, rotation, and zoom controls. In screenshot c, the annotations are shown, and one of these is bordered by a red frame on the left of the panel. On the image itself, the annotated feature is indicated by a red arrow

Figure 3: (a-c) Screenshots of the latest PathXL viewer in the VIRMIK virtual microscopy platform (available from April 2016). The viewer is accessible from laptops, desktop computers, tablets, or smartphones. In (a) each course is shown as a gray “title” and these can be used to access the virtual microscopy specimens. The black “titles” are subdirectories of the general pathology course and divided into subtopics: there is one for each microscopy lesson. On the right of panel a the explanatory text is shown with the corresponding microscope specimen visible as a thumbnail. The software allows the students to insert annotations and save images on their own computers; they can insert examples of any abnormalities in their personal notes using the “screenshot” button visible near the bottom of panel b. The other buttons include measurement, rotation, and zoom controls. In screenshot c, the annotations are shown, and one of these is bordered by a red frame on the left of the panel. On the image itself, the annotated feature is indicated by a red arrow