Evaluation of the Omnyx™ Integrated Digital Pathology System in the Primary Diagnosis of Surgical Pathology Specimens
This trial is active, not recruiting.
|Condition||primary diagnosis of surgical pathology specimens|
|Treatments||omnyx™ idp system, conventional light microscope|
|Start date||June 2015|
|End date||March 2016|
|Trial size||1000 participants|
|Trial identifier||NCT02470572, CD-0010|
A multi-site, randomized-read order, retrospective, paired-design evaluation of the Omnyx™ Integrated Digital Pathology (IDP) system with de-identified and previously signed-out cases from all major organ systems. Pathologist will read and diagnose cases on a conventional light microscope and on the Omnyx™ IDP system for Whole Slide Images (WSI) with a randomized read order. College of American Pathologists (CAP) cancer protocol checklists will be used to capture diagnostic reporting.
Diagnoses rendered by site Reading Pathologists will be captured on CAP checklists and compared directly to the Ground Truth (GT) diagnosis for both modalities.
|Intervention model||parallel assignment|
|Masking||single blind (investigator)|
Omnyx™ IDP system for Whole Slide Images (WSI)
conventional light microscope
Diagnosis of surgical pathology
time frame: 1 Year
Male or female participants of any age.
- Gross evaluation only specimens (including hardware and specimens that do not require microscopic review for diagnosis)
- Immunofluorescence specimens
- Fluid-based specimens
- Intraoperative consultation specimens only (frozen preparation)
- Specimens from which a slide(s) fails quality control according to user manuals and training and issue(s) cannot be remediated at the time of procurement and over-labeling; this includes having too many labels such that slide damage or scanner failure is likely (as outlined in Omnyx user manuals).
- Specimens for which any slide (other than a blank) that should be in the case part cannot be located
|Official title||Evaluation of the Omnyx™ Integrated Digital Pathology System in the Primary Diagnosis of Surgical Pathology Specimens|
|Description||Following the FDA issued guidance document, "Informed Consent for In Vitro Diagnostic Device Studies Using Leftover Human Specimens that are Not Individually Identifiable"- 2006, the specimens are surgical pathology samples from leftover human specimens from clinical cases, archived and previously signed-out across the majority of surgical pathology subspecialties|
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