The popular choice among our users. Ideal 6 slide digital pathology scanner in exhaustive telepathology for ROSE, Research, and Education.
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||0.22 microns / pixel (40x)
||- Single plane Whole slide scanning
- Live microscopy with continuous focus / Z-Stack
- Multiple focal plane Volume scanning
||3 mins for 15 x 15 mm area
|Types of slide handled
||- HE & IHC stained tissue sections
- Pap smears
- FNAC cytology smears
|Scan preview mode
i.e. thumbnail generation
|Dedicated 12MP broad-view camera for fast preview
W x D x H (mm)
|25 x 75 x 0.75-1.8
W x D x H (cm)
|40 x 45 x 35
1 — Whole Slide Imaging (WSI)
This is a traditional scanning mode in which any changes to the focal plane are pre-calculated with a focal map and the optimally focused images are later captured by motorized XY stage registers by translating across the region of scanning.
This scanning mode employs a single 20X or 40X objective with a combination of a secondary overhead camera for capturing a thumbnail preview of the complete slide, including the barcode area.
Complete slide imaging is preferred over other modes when exhaustive image capturing is required for deferred access.
Optimus 6T - Whole Slide Scanner Demo - Digital Pathology Workflow for Tele-pathology, Archival & AI
Video Credit: Morphle Digital Pathology
2 — Live microscopy mode with continuous Z-stack
The system employs dual objective switching systems where
- 4X objective performs an initial all-slide scan and acts as a navigational map
- 40X objective is employed to obtain real-time images as the remote user navigates across 4X preview scan
The system offers two focusing modes:
- Continuous Focus mode for Tissue section slides suggested for Frozen Section remote reporting
- Continuous Z-stack mode for Cytology smear slides suggested for slides with overlapping cells
Live microscopy is preferred over other modes where one requires the ability to start the diagnosis immediately after slide preparation.
Remote Live Microscopy for Frozen Section, Cytology & more | Truly novel Continuous Z-stack mode
Video Credit: Morphle Digital Pathology
3 — Volume scanning
This is a robust scanning mode that captures multiple images from all focal planes in every field. The outcome is essentially a whole slide scan mixed with a pre-captured Z-stack at every position.
Similar to WSI mode, the volume scanning employs a single 20X or 40X objective coupled with a secondary overhead camera to capture a thumbnail preview of the complete slide, which also covers the barcode area.
Volume scanning is preferred when compared to WSI if exhaustive image capture is required for slides with overlapping cells, for example, Pap smear slides, Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy slides, etc.
Image Credit: Morphle Digital Pathology
Digital cytology reporting
- Enables track area screening to ensure coverage
- Enables comparison of shortlisted cells side by side
Bi-directional LIS integration
- The system facilitates access to patient data and TRF forms embedded into the digital pathology viewer
- Push microscopic photographs, gross images to the final report
IHC cell counting
- Facilitates manual region selection to prevent any compounding factors
- Automated positive and negative cell counting is possible with a positivity ratio
- Approved for research use for nuclear and membrane staining antibodies
Hassle-free measurements and scoring
- Provides IHC scoring with single click image analysis
- Capable of measuring nuclear diameters, area, and more at micrometer precision
- Enables measurement of tumor margins and more in full tissue view
Hi DPI publication-ready image export
- Integrated image annotations
- Single-click export with perfect image quality
- Complete tissue capture for large tissues that do not fit in a single field even in a 2X microscope objective
- Up to 12 scans can be arranged in grid style on larger screens
- Avoids the hassle of marking on glass slides/switching slides in microscope compounding factors
- HE and multiple IHC scans can be compared side by side
Nuclear and cellular morphometry
- Users can calculate nucleocytoplasmic ratios
- 100 nm precision for all measurements at 80X magnification
- Capable of measuring nuclear parameters like area, diameters, perimeter, axis lengths, and more