Published in Cancer Weekly, October 11th, 2005
According to recent research from the United States, "Transmission over the Internet of low-resolution images acquired by automated screening of cervical cytology specimens has the potential to provide remote interpretation and, hence, centralization of a cytology workforce. Liquid-based cervical cytology slides were scanned using the Focal-Point System."
"Ten black-and-white images that had the greatest probability of containing abnormality were acquired from each of 32 reference slides (16 negative samples,...
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