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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4: Screenshot of the virtual slide tray incorporated within the anatomic pathology laboratory information system showing how whole slide images are connected with the tracking system. The virtual slide tray displays macroimages of scanned slides that allow pathologists to check whether tissue present on the glass slide was correctly recognized by the “tissue finder” tool of the scanning system. (a) Two slides of a case are shown that were missing, due to a failure to read the barcode during scanning. (b) In this case, the tissue finder tool was unable to recognize the entire tissue sample

Figure 4: Screenshot of the virtual slide tray incorporated within the anatomic pathology laboratory information system showing how whole slide images are connected with the tracking system. The virtual slide tray displays macroimages of scanned slides that allow pathologists to check whether tissue present on the glass slide was correctly recognized by the “tissue finder” tool of the scanning system. (a) Two slides of a case are shown that were missing, due to a failure to read the barcode during scanning. (b) In this case, the tissue finder tool was unable to recognize the entire tissue sample