Cision Vision to exhibit InVision Imaging System at AAPA 2023 Spring Meeting

May 29, 2023

Cision Vision is pleased to announce that it will be a Daily Sponsor at the American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants (AAPA) Spring Meeting, which will be held May 8th – 10th, 2023, at the Westin Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

There will be multiple PA-led lectures at the AAPA 2023 Spring Meeting with speakers from a variety of backgrounds in forensic and anatomic pathology. This year’s sessions will focus on topics like assessing congenital cardiac abnormalities, neuropathology specimen handling, anatomy and dissection of the uterus, forensic autopsy practices, and more. Each session offers valuable insights and practical considerations for pathology professionals to perform their duties effectively, and it’s a perfect time to introduce you to the InVision Imaging System.

Cision Vision invites AAPA Expo attendees to visit them for a live interactive demonstration of the InVision Imaging System. Cision Vision’s presence in the AAPA Expo Hall demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to staying ahead of trends, sharing innovative imaging solutions, and learning how to help organizations transform their grossing performance.

“The AAPA Spring Meeting provides an excellent opportunity for us to introduce the InVision Imaging System and get a hands-on experience for your team. This is also our first year being a Sustaining Member and Daily Sponsor, and we look forward to improving the accuracy and efficiency of anatomic pathology together with American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants for many years to come,” said Dr. Jeremy Li, Co-Founder and CEO of Cision Vision, Inc.

Learn more about the InVision Imaging System

InVision is a state-of-the-art, real-time imaging system specifically designed to assist pathologists’ assistants and residents in the gross examination of tissue samples to locate and identify lymph nodes.

When a tissue sample is placed on the imaging window of the base unit, the touchscreen displays an image utilizing proprietary IR technology, which highlights contrast between tissues of varying chemical compositions. The system boasts a large viewing area that accommodates tissue pieces up to 8 cm x 6 cm, a 10-inch touch screen interface compatible with wet or dirty gloved fingers, and the ability to save images or take snapshots for poster or manuscript publications. Additionally, InVision offers an AC input for facility power and swappable batteries with a 3-hour runtime to ensure continuous operation when necessary.

For more details including product specifications, or to book a demo for 2023 please contact us today.