[Histonet] Nuclear bubbling in rapid processed biopsies
I have a question for those using rapid biopsy programs. How long does
the biopsy fix in formalin before starting the program? ( I'm interested
in the ones that come in during the work day and obviously not the one
that have sat in formalin overnight). Is there a minimum time for good
results? Does anyone see bubbling of the nucleus in these rapid
processed samples? I too am trying to modify the way we do things in
our lab to accommodate the workload increase, but occasionally I see
nuclear bubbling. Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions?
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