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Figure 3: Historic pictures of the first US national demonstration of satellite-enabled robotic-dynamic telepathology, August 20, 1986. An Army Base Hospital in El Paso, TX, was linked to COMSAT Corporation Headquarters, in Washington, DC using an SBS-3 satellite.[31] (a) Dr. Weinstein (standing) briefing the press during a predemonstration press conference at COMSAT Corporate Headquarters. (b) Alexander A. Miller, III, M. D., a pathologist in Washington, DC, operating the Corabi robotically controlled motorized light microscope at an Army Base Hospital, in El Paso. (c) Invited guests at the robotic telepathology demonstration in the Board Room of the COMSAT Corporation Headquarters in Washington, DC. Vivian Pinn-Wiggins, MD, the Chair of Pathology at Howard Medical School is in the foreground.[31],[32] (d) NBC television newscaster reporting on the first national telepathology demonstration. Photos courtesy of R. S. Weinstein personal collection

Figure 3: Historic pictures of the first US national demonstration of satellite-enabled robotic-dynamic telepathology, August 20, 1986. An Army Base Hospital in El Paso, TX, was linked to COMSAT Corporation Headquarters, in Washington, DC using an SBS-3 satellite.<sup>[31]</sup> (a) Dr. Weinstein (standing) briefing the press during a predemonstration press conference at COMSAT Corporate Headquarters. (b) Alexander A. Miller, III, M. D., a pathologist in Washington, DC, operating the Corabi robotically controlled motorized light microscope at an Army Base Hospital, in El Paso. (c) Invited guests at the robotic telepathology demonstration in the Board Room of the COMSAT Corporation Headquarters in Washington, DC. Vivian Pinn-Wiggins, MD, the Chair of Pathology at Howard Medical School is in the foreground.<sup>[31],[32]</sup> (d) NBC television newscaster reporting on the first national telepathology demonstration. Photos courtesy of R. S. Weinstein personal collection