Diagnostic confidence. For each case, the pathologists rated their confidence in their diagnosis. Despite the relative novelty of WSI, diagnostic confidence was high. Out of 72 responses, there were only 3 instances of "low" diagnostic confidence (involving cases 30, 35 and 51). These cases did not involve instances of "poor" image quality and did not result in diagnostic discrepancies between pathologists.
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