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Ohio Society of Pathologists 2022 Spring Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelsey McHugh, MD
52:44
Val: (216) 375-6379
Hala Agina
53:16
good morning
Megan Wick (she/her)
01:15:03
Please submit any questions for our speakers today in the chat.
Robert Gurdak
01:51:21
How does WSI and AI account for H&E staining variability that occurs on a day to day basis and even within the same day (recut slides looking different based on staining quality)?
Nicole Miller
01:59:30
What are some specific companies to watch that are doing promising research in digital pathology?
Megan Wick (she/her)
02:00:39
Please submit questions for today's speakers in the chat.
Patrawadee Duangjak
02:02:54
If you use WSI for primary diagnosis, why there is still requirement to keep glass slides?
JENNIFER VILLETA-ALLARDE
02:03:00
What does AI stands for? thanks
Robert Gurdak
02:09:41
I know you touched on this somewhat, but it seems that with all the different companies and different algorithms out there, how will the medical legal aspect of this be handled? And who will lead this part?
Rohit Ratnala
02:15:12
@Jennifer Villeta-Allarde: AI= artificial intelligence. It's a computer based algorithm that allows the computer to make decisions based on the information presented.
Dr Abdul Hafeez Kandhro
02:17:19
Will AI could replace pathologist in peripheral/ hard areas of country
JENNIFER VILLETA-ALLARDE
02:18:27
This is very informative webinar for me. Thank you so much.
GRACE NAJJUKA
02:20:33
Is AI feasible for low income countries? Not to train their trainee pathologists on manual methods?
Tesfalem Korga
02:39:19
Hello everybody from Ethiopia.
Kelsey McHugh, MD
02:40:29
Hello from Ohio, USA - we're thrilled to have you join us today!
Tesfalem Korga
02:43:33
I have got the pdf file. Will the video lecture made available at the end?
Kelsey McHugh, MD
02:47:08
yes, a link to the recording will be provided to all attendees once the day ends
Kelsey McHugh, MD
02:54:39
details for claiming Continuing Medical Education (CME), which generates associated certificates, can be found on page 6 of the handout circulated for today's meeting
Mutaz Mohamed Ibrahim Ali
03:03:27
can you provide the specific link for handout?
Kelsey McHugh, MD
03:07:17
they were previously emailed by Velia Campana prior to the start of the meeting - she is aware of your requests and resending now. please text her (number at top of chat) if you still do not receive them before the day ends.
Megan Wick (she/her)
03:49:42
Please submit questions for today's speakers in the chat.
Nicole Miller
05:08:33
Can you repeat the duration of mitomycin epithelial changes? And how long with BCG?
Dr Abdul Hafeez Kandhro
05:31:59
How can we sent images of slides for second opinion?
Robert Gurdak
05:33:06
Thrreshold for "blunt papillary" vs. flat architecture?
Bo Chen
06:08:47
yes
Gustavo Torres PGY-4
06:44:31
Do you routinely use PIN4 in small foci of 3+3=6?
Nicole Miller
06:44:53
Do you have a minimum number of glands to call carcinoma on biopsy?
Jennifer Lee
07:04:33
Can you please tell your experience on ASAP (atpical small acinar proliferation)?
Nicole Miller
07:04:34
Is there evidence that cribriform pattern should be moved to Gleason 5?
Brian REN
07:05:36
90% large cribriform and <10% well formed gland on biopsy. Do you grade 4+3 or 4+4?
Dr Khalid jafry
07:06:44
Is there a Role of Artificial intelligence in early and accurate diagnosis of Prostate Carcinoma?
Gustavo Torres PGY-4
07:17:36
GUPS guidelines for intraductal carcinoma, what's your take?
Gustavo Torres PGY-4
07:19:21
GUPS says not to grade intraductal carcinoma ISUP says the contrary when you have a case with extended intraductal involvement do you grade or not?
Gustavo Torres PGY-4
07:21:26
Thanks I like that approach
Dr Abdul Hafeez Kandhro
07:21:52
Very good information shared
Sean Kirby
07:21:54
Great talk, thanks!
Bo Chen
07:21:56
thanks
Gustavo Torres PGY-4
07:21:58
excellent