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Figure 8: Unique digital dropout tissues not represented in scanned area. All unique tissue dropouts are illustrated here (left) alongside the source location within the whole-slide reference camera image (right). (a) S210default and GT450 unique dropout. Nondescript fragments of probable contaminating placental villi in endometrial curettings of a 71-year-old patient showing inactive endometrium. (b) S210 default unique dropout. Intact fragment of neoplastic endocervical glands in association with attached stroma, in a cervical biopsy diagnosed as scant fragments of neoplastic glandular epithelium. This dropout is considered unique because all neoplastic glandular epithelia retained in the digital image are detached and unassociated with their stromal context. (c) S210 default unique dropout. Simple epithelium lined fibrous tissue in vulvectomy with reactive stratified squamous epidermis. The epithelial lining of the dropped fragment is not represented in the digital image, and may represent either a contaminant from another case, or separate fragment of a dermal epithelial inclusion

Figure 8: Unique digital dropout tissues not represented in scanned area. All unique tissue dropouts are illustrated here (left) alongside the source location within the whole-slide reference camera image (right). (a) S210default and GT450 unique dropout. Nondescript fragments of probable contaminating placental villi in endometrial curettings of a 71-year-old patient showing inactive endometrium. (b) S210 default unique dropout. Intact fragment of neoplastic endocervical glands in association with attached stroma, in a cervical biopsy diagnosed as scant fragments of neoplastic glandular epithelium. This dropout is considered unique because all neoplastic glandular epithelia retained in the digital image are detached and unassociated with their stromal context. (c) S210 default unique dropout. Simple epithelium lined fibrous tissue in vulvectomy with reactive stratified squamous epidermis. The epithelial lining of the dropped fragment is not represented in the digital image, and may represent either a contaminant from another case, or separate fragment of a dermal epithelial inclusion