Histopathology macroscopic imaging workstation MacroStation

histopathology macroscopic imaging workstation
histopathology macroscopic imaging workstation
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MacroStation Pathologists can give a reliable diagnosis when microscopic images are coupled with macroscopic ones. In the era of the digitalization of pathology, it is now possible to access micro and macro images from one place, quickly and comfortably. 3DHISTECH presents the MacroStation, a grossing table with an image recording system, designed for use with macroscopic images. The MacroStation not only records images and helps you mark the specimen but can also be connected to CaseCenter to store all case information there. The easy-to-use MacroStation offers a manual and economical solution to acquire pathological gross macro images. Thanks to its light-weight design, it does not require any additional work for its installation and daily use. The built-in light source and zoom functions ensure the high quality gross images from this instrument. It is covered by acid-proof stainless steel for easy cleaning. The images can be uploaded to CaseCenter and can be used as regular whole-slide images: they can be annotated, shared or even discussed via teleconsultation. High-performance recording system Wolf Vision VZ-8 visualizer Progressive Scan lens with 12x zoom 1024*768 pixel resolution Continuous autofocus Live image: 20 frames/second Software for specimen marking (section plane, pointing, etc.) MacroStation CaseCenter Fully featured, web-based case and slide database for the pathology workflow Images from the MacroStation are stored within the case, along with the digital slides and other case data Macro images are automatically converted to digital slide and open in Pannoramic Viewer
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