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Urology NBI Atlas by Olympus

The NBI Atlas for Urology has been developed in collaboration with world-renowned urologists from North America, Asia and Europe

The NBI Atlas for Urology has been developed in collaboration with world-renowned urologists from North America, Asia and Europe

Urology NBI Atlas by Olympus

by Olympus Imaging America Inc.
Urology NBI Atlas by Olympus
Urology NBI Atlas by Olympus
Urology NBI Atlas by Olympus

What is it about?

The NBI Atlas for Urology has been developed in collaboration with world-renowned urologists from North America, Asia and Europe. Designed as an educational tool, it allows clinicians to view different image sets in white light and NBI light to advance their understanding of endoscopic imaging using Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) technology. Histology is also included for many cases.

Urology NBI Atlas by Olympus

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
NA
Size
40Mb
Genre
Medical Education
Last updated
May 18, 2015
Release date
February 12, 2014
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App Store Description

The NBI Atlas for Urology has been developed in collaboration with world-renowned urologists from North America, Asia and Europe. Designed as an educational tool, it allows clinicians to view different image sets in white light and NBI light to advance their understanding of endoscopic imaging using Narrow Band Imaging (NBI) technology. Histology is also included for many cases.

This detailed interactive atlas includes more than 100 high resolution images and emphasizes those conditions for which NBI is considered particularly valuable. Of particular interest is the comparison tool that makes use of a slider handle to show and reveal images in white light vs. NBI.

NBI is an optical image enhancement technology that enhances the visibility of vessels and other tissue on the mucosal surface. Narrowband illumination, which is strongly absorbed by hemoglobin and penetrates only the surface of tissues, is ideal for enhancing the contrast between the two. As a result, under narrowband illumination, capillaries on the mucosal surface are displayed in brown on the monitor, and veins in the submucosa are displayed in cyan.