RE: [Histonet] Re: cardboard slide markers

From:Carole Fields

I made my own in the computer and print them on card stock or semi-card
stock.  Then when the techs get bored or get an extra minute they cut them
up with a paper cutter.  They have all the pertinent info on the
tabs....just let me know.  I will be glad to send it to anyone needing them.
I have one for blocks also.
Carole Fields, HT,ASCP
Pathology Supervisor
Lexington Medical Center
2720 Sunset Blvd.
W. Columbia, SC 29169

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 1:24 PM
Subject: [Histonet] Re: cardboard slide markers

Hazel Horn is >>looking for cardboard slide markers you use in slide filing 
cabinets when you remove slides to mark the space and indicate where the

You can make extremely durable slide filing cabinet markers by cutting 3.5 x

1 inch strips (use a paper cutter) out of exposed developed (the blacker the

better) X-ray film. The specimen radiograms your pathologists receive (or 
should receive!) with wire-localization breast biopsy specimens are a
source of film - but hurry, radiology departments are going digital in a
and film will soon go the way of wet-tank developing (hey, I AM a geezer to 
remember that!).

Bob Richmond
Samurai Pathologist
Knoxville TN
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