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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Schematic diagram illustrating workflow process for microscope projection (MP) and whole slide imaging (WSI) tumor board presentation methods. In MP, the slide is dotted to indicate fields of interest; it is then placed on a separate slide tray and physically transported to the conference room. The projection system consists of an Olympus BX41 microscope with a DP21 2 megapixel camera which is connected to a computer running CellSens software that captures the live video feed from the camera. With WSI, the fields of interest to be scanned are delineated using 4 dots. The slides are then scanned using an Aperio ScanScope CS - O scanner to scan at ×83 magnification under oil immersion, or using the AT2 scanner at ×20 magnification. The scanned slides are uploaded onto eSlide Manager and the fields to be displayed at treatment planning conferences are preannotated using the pinning function. At TB, eSlide Manager is opened via Internet Explorer. In both the MP and WSI methods, the computer screen is projected for viewing by attendees using a standard overhead VGA video projector

Figure 1: Schematic diagram illustrating workflow process for microscope projection (MP) and whole slide imaging (WSI) tumor board presentation methods. In MP, the slide is dotted to indicate fields of interest; it is then placed on a separate slide tray and physically transported to the conference room. The projection system consists of an Olympus BX41 microscope with a DP21 2 megapixel camera which is connected to a computer running CellSens software that captures the live video feed from the camera. With WSI, the fields of interest to be scanned are delineated using 4 dots. The slides are then scanned using an Aperio ScanScope CS - O scanner to scan at ×83 magnification under oil immersion, or using the AT2 scanner at ×20 magnification. The scanned slides are uploaded onto eSlide Manager and the fields to be displayed at treatment planning conferences are preannotated using the pinning function. At TB, eSlide Manager is opened via Internet Explorer. In both the MP and WSI methods, the computer screen is projected for viewing by attendees using a standard overhead VGA video projector