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Computer-Aided Detection Systems, Pathology Slide, Karyotyping

Definition : Computer aided detection systems designed for automated detection and classification of the size, shape, and number of chromosomes (i.e., karyotyping) on a slide containing a suspension of cell samples. These systems include an electronic unit that typically detects the second step of cell division (i.e., metaphase) in a specific area of the slide using either standard or fluorescence stains and then performs automated karyotyping on the associated images. The process includes dedicated software for automated detection of chromosomes, classification according the karyotype, data processing, as well as delivery of report templates in electronic and printed format. Computer-aided karyotyping detection systems are intended to detect extra, missing, or abnormal chromosomes for genetic diagnostic (cytogenetics) and/or research purposes.

Entry Terms : "Karyotyping Pathology Slide Computer-Aided Detection Systems" , "Karyotyping Test Equipment" , "Karyotyping Workstations"

UMDC code : 28505

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