Cornflaking is air deposited on the surface of superficial squamous cells --
Sent: Monday, August 05, 2002 2:18 AM
I've no experience with the Bayer coverslipper, but cornflaking to me is is
associated with incomplete dehydration prior to coverslipping.
Hello everyone -
Just a quick question concerning the Tissue-Tek Coverslipper. IT seems
our Cytology slides still have a great deal of "cornflaking" even though
there appears to be adequate drops of xylene dispensing from the
coverslipper. Does anyone else have this problem and does anyone know of a
solution? Thanks to all - any information is greatly appreciated!
St. Joseph Medical Center
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