ProMort Image Management System

ProMort

ProMort Image Management System

Contacts

Challenge

The goal of the ProMort project is to conduct a large scale epidemiological study of patients that have been diagnosed with a benign form of prostatic cancer but nevertheless died before expected.

Overview

The specific goal of the ProMort Image Management System is to create a collection of fully annotated images related to biopsies slides.

Innovative features

  • new approach to digital pathology WSI (Whole Slide Images) annotation by providing a specialised platform which can be used to implement different kind of annotation workflows (from a single reviewer to collaborative annotation between two or more specialists);
  • system simple to use yet powerful enough to produce high quality structured annotations of the virtual slides and to maximize the precision of features detection (like the presence of a particular tumor) by combining multiple reviews.

Potential users

Researchers, developers

Impact sectors

Health - ICT - digital pathology

Other resources

  1. https://github.com/crs4/ProMort
  2. R. Zelic, D. Zugna, M. Bottai, O. Andrén, J. Fridfeldt, J. Carlsson, S. Davidsson, V. Fiano, M. Fiorentino, F. Giunchi, C. Grasso, L. Lianas, C. Mascia, L. Molinaro, G. Zanetti, L. Richiardi, A. Pettersson, O. Akre, Estimation of Relative and Absolute Risk in a Competing-Risk Setting Using a Nested Case-Control Study Design: Example From the ProMort Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, kwz026, 14/02/2019.

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