[Histonet] Ultrasound directed FNAC of gastric lesion, lymph nodes, etc[Scanned]
I know this is a Cytology-type question, but CytopathNet seems to have died
a death. I posted a question to it the other day and got answers from second
hand car dealers, most bizarre.
I have been asked by my Pathologists and Gastro Surgeons to set up a
diagnostic FNAC service for 'gut' cancer by using this new Ultrasound
equipment; the sender is on the tip of the flexible scope. You can see CT
like clarity, really rather kewl.
I'm interested in providing a service whereby 'adequacy' is gauged at the
'bedside' and expanding ICC on ThinPreps to aid diagnosis. I have experience
in providing this service for CT orientated FNAC but without the ICC
Anyone any experience, I think the Gastro man would like to link up with
anyone providing this service due to his relative inexperience.
Cellular Pathology Manager
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
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