PathXL TissueMark tissue sample marking software
TissueMark software developed by PathXL provides pathologists with the potential to measure hundreds of cancer characteristics in tissue. The product is said to improve the way laboratories approach the process of determining the percentage of tumour contained within any given sample.
It is difficult, even to the highly skilled professional, to make precise estimations. TissueMark analyses the detailed structural patterns in tissue samples and marks the boundaries of potentially cancerous sections for more detailed analysis. As it combines the benefits of digital workflow management with fast, accurate and consistent estimations, the company’s algorithms allow the software to analyse the same amount it would usually take an experienced pathologist one day to do - in only 10 min and with precision.
Pathologists can instantly look at the result of the automated analysis and make their own evaluation of it, having the power to redraw the tissue’s tumorous boundaries if they wish so, make annotations and digitally send results to colleagues for immediate consultation. The product thus empowers the experts to put their efforts into their most important work, such as the accurate and timely diagnosis of tumours and other disorders.
The software allows for increased quality and standardisation of tumour cell measurement and macrodissection. As the number of inaccurate estimates decrease, this mitigates the risks for patients, who can benefit from an in-depth, detailed knowledge of their condition by their healthcare providers as well as targeted therapy to combat it.
The product currently covers three of the most common forms of cancer - lung, colorectal and breast. Further modules will be released soon.
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