Examination Slide Viewer

Jim Fishback Jfishbac at kumc.edu
Thu Jan 9 11:31:48 EST 2014

I have run into a problem that Aperio can't or won't help me solve. I would like to be able to put a virtual slide (or a smaller extract) into an exam document (either XML or HTML), then have the student open it in a web viewer. In order to test their knowledge of histopathology, I would then like them to click on pre-identified "hotspots" that demonstrate they know what they are looking at. I currently use SnagIt routinely for generating static jpeg image hotspots, but nobody seems to have a similar program that will work with svs files. Does anyone know of any such program or capability?

Thanks for any help you can provide.


James L. Fishback, M.D.
Professor, Pathology and Lab Medicine
Curriculum Director, Continuing Education and Professional Development
University of Kansas, School of Medicine
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66160
913 588 4499
jfishbac at kumc.edu<mailto:jfishbac at kumc.edu>

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