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Digital imaging is the practice of converting glass slides into digital slides that can be viewed on a computer monitor. This digital image is not validated for or intended for diagnostic purposes.
You can access the image in any of the following ways:
Supplemental data is available at:
Physicians interested in viewing digital images through MayoLINK should contact Mayo Clinic Laboratories at 1-855-516-8404 for assistance.
The Case Details page displays all relevant information about the patient, physician, and order. This information can be used to confirm that you are reviewing the correct case and eSlides.
Web Viewer is a web application that is used to view images. There is no download needed to use Web Viewer. To launch the Web Viewer, select the slide or label image on the eSlide Details page. Alternatively, select the icon in the top right corner of the page. From the Web Viewer, you are able to access all available eSlides and labels for a case.
Web Viewer includes a tool to view and denote image details, which includes the following features:
Try to relaunch the link to get to the digital image. If errors continue, close all browser windows and relaunch from MayoACCESS or click on the digital image link in the email.
The imaging portal was developed to work in Internet Explorer Version 11 (or higher).
If your web browser version is Internet Explorer 10 or lower, contact your Technology Help Desk for support in upgrading your web browser.
For each stain ordered, we recommend sending two unstained slides. For each slide, place a 4 micron-thick section on a positively charged glass slide (25 x 75 x 1 mm).
To determine the price for an individual IHC stain, enter test code IHTOI in Test Prices.
When ordering multiple IHC stains, the first stain is coded IHTOI and subsequent stains are coded as IHTOA. The fee for each stain is the same regardless of the IHC stain ordered.
To determine pricing for ISH stains, enter test code ISTOI; for multi-plex IHC stains (e.g. Ki67 + MelanA), enter IHMTO.