Despite the important diagnostic role of peripheral blood morphology, cell classification is subjective. Automated image-processing systems (AIS) provide more accurate and objective morphological evaluation. The aims of this multicenter study were the evaluation of the intra and inter-laboratory variation between different AIS in cell pre-classification and after reclassification, compared with manual optical microscopy, the reference method.

Multicentric evaluation of the variability of digital morphology performances also respect to the reference methods by optical microscopy

Di Fabio, Anna Maria;Dima, Francesco;
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Abstract

Despite the important diagnostic role of peripheral blood morphology, cell classification is subjective. Automated image-processing systems (AIS) provide more accurate and objective morphological evaluation. The aims of this multicenter study were the evaluation of the intra and inter-laboratory variation between different AIS in cell pre-classification and after reclassification, compared with manual optical microscopy, the reference method.
automated image-processing systems
between-laboratory precision
digital morphology
optical microscopy
within-laboratory reproducibility
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11562/1072312
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