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Figure 1: Example of tissue detection failure with unscanned tissue (a) Macro image of slide with two-level sections. The red boxes indicate scanned region of interest. The right level section shows tissue fragments that are outside the scanned region of interest, indicating tissue missed for high-resolution scanning. The yellow box marks a fragment of adenocarcinoma in situ that is missed. (b) Portion of whole-slide image of the same slide. The red vertical line divides the area scanned at high resolution (left) and area skipped for scanning (right). Fragments of missed tissue marked by red free-form line. Yellow box indicates missed adenocarcinoma in situ. (c) High-resolution image of missed adenocarcinoma in situ

Figure 1: Example of tissue detection failure with unscanned tissue (a) Macro image of slide with two-level sections. The red boxes indicate scanned region of interest. The right level section shows tissue fragments that are outside the scanned region of interest, indicating tissue missed for high-resolution scanning. The yellow box marks a fragment of adenocarcinoma <i>in situ</i> that is missed. (b) Portion of whole-slide image of the same slide. The red vertical line divides the area scanned at high resolution (left) and area skipped for scanning (right). Fragments of missed tissue marked by red free-form line. Yellow box indicates missed adenocarcinoma <i>in situ</i>. (c) High-resolution image of missed adenocarcinoma <i>in situ</i>