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Web-based Virtual Microscopy

Virtual microscopy is a method of digitizing microscope specimens,
and viewing the produced virtual slides on a computer screen.

WebMicroscope serves as a platform for a wide range of applications
and activities, including slide seminars, Quality Assurance projects,
interactive educational material, research applications (Tissue Micro
Array analysis), publication supplements and clinical services.

WebMicroscope can also be installed locally at campuses, please find
more info here:


Multitouch webmicroscope
The ECP Case database with more than 600 Slide Seminar cases from the years 2006-2013 has been launched. Please find a preview on http://demo.webmicroscope.net

ECP 25
The slide seminars of the ECP 2013 in Lisbon can be found at


Case histories, slides and snapshots submitted by 100 pathologists can be viewed before the congress, while diagnoses and handouts will be available after the congress.

Article describing the European Network for Virtual Microscopy published in the Virchows Archiv journal.

Article on Web-Based Virtual Microscopy for Parasitology published in the PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases journal. Described specimens and demos can be found in the parasitology section.
Highlights from the WebMicroscope website

Synchronized viewing: AMACR/p63 and H&E 

Interactive Gleason grading of prostate biopsies

Atlas of breast histopathology, following the WHO classification

Slide seminars section; more than 100 publicly available seminars

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