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Liver cancer: Essential facts
 
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In this video, we will cover the function of the liver and how cancer may arise.
Stereotactic brain biopsy • Oncolex
 
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Metastasis: Essential cancer facts
 
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This information is collected from Oncolex. http://bit.ly/Oncolex. The animation will show where cancer may occur, and how cancer may spread (metastasise) from one organ to another.
Core-needle breast biopsy • Oncolex
 
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Stereotactic breast biopsy • Oncolex
 
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Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) • Oncolex
 
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Colon cancer: Essential facts
 
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This information is collected from Oncolex. For more on colon and rectum (bowel / colorectal) cancer see: http://bit.ly/Oncolex-Colon-and-rectum-cancer
Breast sentinel node biopsy • Oncolex
 
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Transthoracic percutaneous fine needle aspiration • Oncolex
 
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Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy from the iliac crest • Oncolex
 
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Fine needle biopsy non-aspiration technique • Oncolex
 
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Ovarian cancer: Essential facts
 
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In this video, we will cover the function of the ovaries and how cancer may arise.
Scalp cooling treatment to reduce chemotherapy-induced hair loss • Oncolex
 
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Radiofrequency ablation of liver tumors • Oncolex
 
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Endobronchial ultrasound bronchoscopy with needle biopsy • Oncolex
 
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Robot-assisted radical hysterectomy • Oncolex
 
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Surgeon: M. Bilal Sert MD, Gynecological Oncologist, Oslo University Hospital More info: http://oncolex.org/Gynecological-cancer/Diagnoses/Cervical-cancer/Procedures/TREATMENT/Kirurgi/Radical-hysterectomi?lg=procedure Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/oncolex
Prostate cancer: Essential facts
 
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More info: http://bit.ly/Prostate-cancer Do you know how cancer may spread? Watch our latest animation: http://bit.ly/metastasis-video Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/oncolex
Stomach resection • Billroth II • Oncolex
 
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Stoma marking • Oncolex
 
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Abdominal fine needle biopsy • Oncolex
 
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DoMore! • Cancer and Deep Learning
 
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The ICGI was awarded a prestigious Lighthouse grant by the Norwegian Research Council for their DoMore! Project. By exploiting Big Data and applying digital tools such as deep learning, DoMore! will model and understand heterogeneity in the three most common forms of cancer (prostate, colorectal, and lung). This is a collaborative effort led by Director Håvard Danielsen of ICGI, with partners from University of Oxford, University College London, University of Oslo Department of Informatics, Vestfold Hospital and three commercial partners. The goal is to explore the unique combination of academic and industrial competence within the DoMore! project to radically improve prognostication and hence treatment of cancer.
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) for Skin Cancer • Oncolex
 
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Aspiration of bone marrow from iliac crest • Oncolex
 
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Esophago/gastro/duodenoscopy • Oncolex
 
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DoMore! • Deep learning & Convolutional neural networks!
 
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Development of new methods for faster and more secure prognosis is the key to a more precise treatment. We are using new tools and developing methods in cancer types where pathology has met its limits. This will reduce human error and remove subjective analyses. Patients will benefit through more precise prognosis and more targeted treatment. Recent years' advances in computing and processing have made it possible to explore far greater amounts of data than before. We are using big data and deep learning to establish more robust grading systems. Our computers will be able to retrieve and treat far more information about a tumour than pathologists can do with today's methods.
Endoscopic ultrasound with aspiration • Oncolex
 
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Spinal tap for diagnostic purposes and administration of chemotherapy in children • Oncolex
 
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Fine needle breast aspiration  • Oncolex
 
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More info: http://oncolex.org/en/Breast-cancer.aspx Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/oncolex Oncolex is a free cancer resource, developed at Oslo University Hospital in Norway. Oncolex contains information on all cancer types and provides articles on diagnostics, treatment and follow-up treatment. The website offers videos from operation theatres, custom-made illustrations, animations and photos to help understand the texts.
Interpath for iPhone
 
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The Interpath for iPhone application allows for a remote pathologist to review and navigate high quality images of diagnostic quality using either the cellular network or WIFI networks on the iPhone. Using the application rapid specialist referrals can be made, without access to a computer, a microscope or the original specimen. The image can be reviewed by the pathologist and used to provide a diagnosis used in cancer and other disease treatments. The system consists of a generic high quality microscope slide scanner, of which there are several currently on the market. A server where the images are located and the iPhone. The iPhone is used to access the large image that is stored in the server but only to retrieve relevant parts. Using the multi-touch interface that the iPhone provides, an intuitive interface is provided that allows the user to navigate and view images of interest in a similar way to that provided by Google Earth. There are plans to put this system into immediate trials prior to consideration of its integration into our patient treatment workflow. Read more here: http://www.medinfo.net/imi/projects/interpath/ The Institute for Cancer Genetics and Informatics @Radiumhospitalet Oslo University Hospital Norway
DNA ploidy investigation aided by image cytometry • Oncolex
 
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Stomach resection • Billroth I • Oncolex
 
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Breast cancer: Essential facts
 
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In this video, we will cover the function of the breast and how cancer may arise.
Colonoscopy, endoscopic examination of the colon • Oncolex
 
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Esophagus resection • Oncolex
 
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Cervical cytological specimen • Oncolex
 
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Nucleotyping • Chromatin heterogeneity
 
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The Nucleotyping project is based on the concept of genome instability in cancer, in line with todays understanding and theories of cancer development. Nucleotyping classifies a tumor based on qualitative and quantitative analyses of DNA and chromatin structure in the tumor cell nuclei using advanced high-resolution digital image analysis. Background The organization of DNA in its cell nucleus is an extremely complex 3-dimensional architecture of a number of different structures, from the simple sugar-phosphate chain to the highly condensed mitotic chromosomes. Chromatin is the complex combination of DNA, RNA, and protein that makes up chromosomes. It is divided between heterochromatin (condensed) and euchromatin (extended) forms. The major components of chromatin are DNA and histone proteins, although many other chromosomal proteins are present and with distinct roles too. The functions of chromatin are to package DNA into a smaller volume to fit in the cell (1.8meter of DNA into a nucleus with a diameter of 6 um), to enable mitosis and meiosis, and to serve as a mechanism to control expression and DNA replication. Changes in chromatin structure are affected by DNA binding proteins and by chemical modifications such as methylation and acetylation. Normal differentiation relies on a stringent transcription control system with a continual process of activation and deactivation of the different genes. It is generally recognised that chromatin structure regulate DNA function within the cell, and the overwhelming evidence for rearrangements of the genetic material in tumours, combined with the present knowledge of chromatin structure and function, support the view that cancer is a disease also of DNA organisation. Chromatin may be studied on many different levels. Our approach is to study chromatin as it is visualized in the interphase nuclei under a microscope (chromatin literally means coloured lightend material). Our methods are based upon computer-assisted image analysis, where images of cell and tissue samples are transferred from the microscope (light-, laser- and electron microscopy) to the computer. The digital images of chromatin permits us to study the structure and organization of DNA bit by bit by use of advanced texture analysis. We refer to these methods as Nucleotyping.
DoMore! • Kreft og Big Data
 
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English version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUvjhdufFCA En vellykket behandling av kreft er avhengig av en korrekt diagnose, helst på et tidlig stadium av sykdommen. Over- og underbehandling belaster helsesystemene, samfunnsøkonomien og pasientene selv. Forskningsprosjektet DoMore! skal gjøre datamaskiner i stand til å overta vurderingen av kreftens alvorlighetsgrad og behandlingsmuligheter ved hjelp av stordata og dyplæring. Systemet skal være klart innen 2021.