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If you are looking for ImageScope, you have come to the right place. We explain what ImageScope is and point you to the official download.

What is ImageScope?

ImageScope is software from Aperio that allows the user to view slides (Pathology slides) that have been scanned and rendered in a digital format. The software works in conjunction with Spectrum, which is the Aperio server that stores digitally scanned slides.

The software allows the user to pan, zoom or rotate a slide in order to get a view from all angles. The program displays general information about the slide being viewed, i.e. label or compression. Users can add annotations to any area on the slide, as well as view several sides on a single window, and adjust gamma, brightness and contrast for better analysis.

The program is able to view .svs files (ScanScope virtual slides), JPEG files, and CWS (Composite WebSlides), NDPI, VMS, VMU, MRXS, and SIS (ScanScope image set) files. In addition to viewing slides, the program also provides the user with the latest news in the Pathology field via pop-ups. The news pop-ups are automatically updated when an Internet connection is detected by the software. The News feature can be accessed from the View menu, under View News.

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File types supported by ImageScope

Our users primarily use ImageScope to open these file types:

About file types supported by ImageScope

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Last updated: : April 1, 2013