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A task force of invited experts in the field of diagnostic DNA image cytometry, especially consisting of participants from the PRESS (Prototype Reference Standard Slides) and EUROPATH (European Pathology Assisted by Telematics for Healthcare) projects, but open to any other scientist or physician revealing experience in that new diagnostic procedure (names(More)
A task force of experts in the field of diagnostic DNA image cytometry, invited by the ESACP, and further scientists or physicians revealing experience in that diagnostic procedure (names are given in Addendum A), agreed upon the following 4th updated Consensus Report on Standardised Diagnostic DNA Image Cytometry during the 7th International Congress of(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this prospective study was to report on the diagnostic accuracy of conventional oral exfoliative cytology taken from white-spotted, ulcerated or other suspicious oral lesions in our clinic. In addition we checked DNA-image cytometry as an adjuvant diagnostic tool. Our hypothesis is that DNA-aneuploidy is a sensitive and specific marker(More)
AIMS To determine the sensitivity and specificity of flow- and image-cytometry for the detection of DNA-aneuploidy as a marker for malignant cells in effusions. METHODS 200 effusions (80 tumor cell-positive, 74 negative and 46 cytologically equivocal) were stained with DAPI-SR for DNA-flow- and with Feulgen-Pararosaniline for -image-cytometry. They were(More)
To determine sensitivity and specificity of different antibodies for the immunocytochemical detection of malignant cells in diagnostically equivocal effusions in comparison with those achieved by DNA-image cytometry. 65 cytologically doubtful effusions of the serous cavities were stained with twelve antibodies. Furthermore, DNA-image cytometry was(More)
DNA-image-cytometry and antibodies directed against the Lewis X- and the 486p 3/12 antigen were applied to improve diagnostic accuracy of urinary cytology for the detection of bladder cancer. Cytology, immunocytology and DNA-image-cytometry were performed in spontaneously voided urine samples and barbotage bladder washings from 71 patients. The DNA content(More)
The paper describes the key component of the Multimodal Cell Analysis approach, a novel cytologic evaluation method for early cancer detection. The approach is based on repeated staining of a cell smear. The correlation of features and data extracted from the different stains, and related to relocated individual cells, may yield a dramatic increase of(More)
The glucose metabolism of 62 meningiomas was measured by fluorine -18-2-fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) PET and correlated with proliferation rate (Ki-67 index) and tumor cellularity. The mean metabolic rate (MRGlu) for meningiomas was 0.26 +/- 0.13 mikromol/g/min (range 0.08-0.62 mikromol/g/min). The relative tumor FDG-uptake (Q-MRGlu) (tumor/contralateral(More)
OBJECTIVE We describe four patients presenting early oral cancers, detected cytologically on non-invasive brush biopsies including DNA-image cytometry as an adjunctive method before histology on scalpel biopsies confirmed the evidence of malignancy. METHODS Brush biopsies were performed and smears thereof investigated cytologically. After Feulgen(More)
We would like to draw the attention of the readers towards recent developments in diagnostic cytopathol-ogy, which deserve interest by pathologists, cytolo-gists, biologists, clinicians, engineers and public health economists: The increasing possibilities to diagnose different malignant tumors in early stages painlessly and without bloody biopsies or(More)