FISH | Tissue Matching | Whole Slide Imaging
PathFusion is a state-of-the-art diagnostics solution that combines several advanced imaging technologies to provide highly accurate and validated analysis for better diagnostic confidence. The suite includes Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH), Tissue Matching, and Whole Slide Imaging (WSI), which can be used together or separately depending on the diagnostic needs.
FISH is a technique used to detect and locate the presence or absence of specific DNA sequences in cells or tissues. It involves the use of fluorescent probes that bind to specific DNA sequences and emit light when exposed to a specific wavelength of light. FISH is a highly sensitive and specific technique that can detect genetic aberrations in cancer cells that are not visible using traditional staining methods.
Tissue Matching is a revolutionary digital imaging technology that allows the matching of FISH results with H&E/IHC-stained tissue samples. This allows for a more accurate and comprehensive analysis of genetic aberrations in cancer cells, which can help to guide treatment decisions and improve patient outcomes.
WSI is a digital imaging technique that allows the capture of high-resolution images of entire tissue sections. These images can be viewed and analyzed on a computer screen, allowing for detailed examination of tissue morphology and cellular structures. WSI is a powerful tool for pathology diagnosis, as it allows for remote consultation and collaboration between pathologists, and can also be used for educational and training purposes.
Overall, the combination of FISH, Tissue Matching, and WSI in the PathFusion suite offers a comprehensive and cutting-edge diagnostic solution for cancer patients, providing accurate and validated analysis for higher diagnostic confidence.