BDS SLIDE SETS
MBBS SLIDE SETS
PATHOLOGY SLIDE SETS
Digital slide sets for Oral Pathology have been prepared on all the topics of oral pathology which are important from the point of view of learning the subject. These sets are very helpful for self-study by postgraduate students of oral pathology and for young practionicing/teaching oral pathologists.
* For international users only
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DIGITAL SLIDES FOR TEACHING
Digital slide sets have been prepared in all the organ systems and various other topics of pathology and include both general pathological processes and systemic pathology. Both common and unusual lesions form part of these sets to give viewers a panoramic view of pathology lesions which can be encountered.
IADVL-MSD Online Dermatopathology
(FREE – Video Lecture Series)
This is a Presidential program initiated by Dr. Venkataram Mysore (President, IADVL) and funded by an educational grant from MSD. Dr. G Nandakumar, Convener, IADVL SIG Dermatopathology, is responsible for the scientific part. Lectures of approx. 30 minutes each have been organized with support from the IADVL Academy. Digiscan is the technical partner of the program.
Thanks to Dr. Venkataram Mysore (President, IADVL), Dr. Rashmi Sarkar (Secretary General, IADVL), Dr. Rohit Batra (Joint Secretary, IADVL) for local coordination, Dr. Manas Chatterjee (Chairperson, IADVL Academy), Dr. Ameet Valia (Convener, IADVL Academy) and the IADVL Academy. We thank MSD for funding the IADVL-MSD Online Dermatopathology Lecture Series through an educational grant & Digiscan for the technical support.
ACCESS TO THE DESIRED SET
* Each Single user is advised to open the images on one system only (PC/LAPTOP/MOBILE, TABLET). If one tries to open the images from the second system, access to the images will be immediately blocked without prior intimation or without assigning any reason.
* High speed internet connection is required.
* Open the digital pathology slides in the latest internet browser only.
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It is now well established that precancerous lesions of the cervix and invasive carcinoma of the cervix are a continuum of one disease process. It is possible to prevent deaths resulting from cervical cancer by early diagnosis and management of precursor lesions. Early diagnosis of preneoplastic lesions was ushered in as early as the 1950s by the use of smear examination