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Introducing AdiPress the first automated pathology tool that standardizes lymph node dissection for cancer staging

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Automated dissection with the press of a button

 1: Pre-soak the tissue sample in acetone
2: Load tissue into a Lymphilter
3: Press "Go" - Adipose fat is removed as the sample shrinks to 1/5th of its previous size
4: Remove compressed and divided tissue,
place in cassette and submit

AdiPress helps uncover additional lymph nodes

Lymph node yield is critical to reliable tumor staging.

What is a lymph node?
Lymph nodes are small structures in the lymphatic system that work as filters for harmful substances. Lymph nodes are examined to determine the presence of metastatic tumor in surgically resected specimens.

Colorectal Cancer Pilot Results


Mean lymph nodes / case
using the Adipress


Mean lymph nodes / case
using manual search
Abstracts presented at USCAP 2020

Stop spending valuable time looking for lymph nodes

Manual Search
Dissecting colorectal cancer specimens can take 45 minutes or longer for a thorough manual search. The goal: find at minimum of 12 lymph nodes.
The result: only a portion of the total lymph nodes are found manually, risking that cancer positive lymph nodes are missed.
AdiPress Search
Runtime is <2 minutes.Mechanical filtration removes fat, shrinking the sample to1/5th of its previous size.  The Goal: find all surgically resected lymph nodes in the specimen.
The result: adipose from the colon specimen can be evaluated in its entirety.

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