Cryptococcal organisms 20X
Cryptococcal organisms 20X
This chronic meningitis exudate contains numerous cryptococcal organisms with mucinous capsules.
Cysticercus granulomatous pseudo abscess 20X
Cysticercus granulomatous 'pseudo abscess' 20X
Small parasitic (cysticercus) granulomatous 'pseudo abscess' in right frontal cortex at grey-white matter interface. Transverse section through parasite body protoscolex showing numerous hooklets. Original magnification 20X, Reticulin stain.
Small parasitic (cysticercus) granulomatous 'pseudo abscess' in right frontal cortex
Parasitic (cysticercus) granulomatous abscess 20X
Small parasitic (cysticercus) granulomatous 'pseudo abscess' in right frontal cortex. Luxol fast blue stain. Image provided by Dr Izelle Möller, Professor Richard Hewlett, Division of Forensic Medicine/ UCT Pathology Learning Centre. Photo: Philip...

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Welcome to virtual microscopy at UCT. We provide a virtual microscopy service to all departments of UCT as well as to other institutions. We are located in the Pathology Learning Centre on the Health Sciences Campus.

Enquiries regarding use of the virtual microscope from both university members and those outside the university are welcome. There is a base cost of R12.50 per slide scanned. The cost may be more for technically challenging and poorly prepared slides. Optional online storage of slides (so that they are viewable via a web browser) will cost R1.00 per slide, per month. The only exemption is for slides used in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education at UCT.

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What is virtual microscopy? Virtual microscopy is a method of posting whole slide microscope images on, and transmitting them over, computer networks. This allows independent viewing of a microscope slide by large numbers of people in diverse locations. It involves a synthesis of microscopy and digital technologies. The use of virtual microscopes can transform traditional teaching methods by removing the need for physical space and equipment, to a model that utilises computer-internet access.