Slide metadata buttons

Modified on Fri, 03 Feb 2023 at 01:24 PM

3.2.1 Slide metadata buttons - Case info

When you click on the Case info button in the Slide metadata panel, there are accordion buttons where you can click on and info about the case will appear.

3.2.2 Slide metadata buttons - Protocol

When you click on the Protocol button in the Slide metadata panel, there are accordion buttons where you can click on. 

  • Under the dropdown menu 'Slides', you can select the slide you want to view, if multiple are available to you. 
  • Under the dropdown menu 'Cell count', there is a table of tagged (marked) cells. This table displays the cell category, the amount and relative percentage of cells in that category, which key to type to create a marker of that category and which color the marker is displayed as. Below the table there is Reset counter button. By clicking on the Reset counter in Fixed Cell Classification, it will remove all assigned classification. In Free Cell Classification, it not only removes the classification, but also the cell labels. 
  • Under the dropdown menu 'Protocol', you can view the protocol. This section of the module will help you to qualify the slide image, which will eventually help with diagnosing the case. When you are in a Free cell classification or a fixed cell classification, you can define what cells and what abnormalities are present on the slide image by selecting the check boxes. In a View only cell classification the abnormalities on the image have previously been analyzed and defined by our experts, which can no longer be changed. It should be noted that the protocol is proportional to the sample type. If you would like to know more about the 3 cell classification types mentioned above, please read the introduction of this article.
    The Atlas module is useful when you need help defining the cell types and abnormalities. Visit the Atlas module to learn what normal and abnormal hematologic cells look like on slide images.

Note: Relation to admin 
A protocol can be defined by the admin that then the users in a View only module will be able to see. When a user is in a Fixed cell classification and Free cell classification, then will not see this protocol and will be able to define a protocol themselves. 

3.2.3 Slide metadata buttons - Diagnose

When you click on the Diagnose button in the Slide metadata panel, a diagnose may be shown. 

If there is no diagnose selected yet, or you want to change the diagnosis, you can click on the Choose a different diagnosis button. You will be taken to a page with the diagnoses, where you will click on the desired diagnosis and then click on Save.

If the correct diagnosis is shown, you can click on the Submit button. Your diagnosis is now submitted for review.

3.2.4 Slide metadata buttons - Additional info

When you click on the Additional info button in the Slide metadata panel, it could be possible that you see the notification "This will be visible once the test is submitted!". You must first submit a diagnosis before the additional info can be accessed. Go to the section "3.2.3 Slide metadata buttons - Diagnose" of this article to read how to submit a diagnosis. 

After you submit your diagnosis, you can witness the additional information related to your diagnosis in the additional info section.


3.2.5 Side metadata buttons - Settings

When you click on the Settings button in the Slide metadata panel, there are accordion buttons where you can click on and different settings will appear that can be viewed and adjusted.

Note: Toggles are buttons that turn a function/setting on and off. When the toggle button is light gray and to the left, the function is off and when the toggle button is dark gray and to the right, the function is on.

1. Drag and drop
When clicking on the categories button (six squares) on the slide image, a page appears where the screenshots of the marked cells are displayed in their categories. You can drag and drop the screenshot images to other categories to change the marker categories.

You can change:

1. Cell size: With this setting, you can change the size of the screenshots

2. Zoom level: With this setting you can decide how zoomed you would like to display the marked cells in the screenshot.

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