RE: nerve dissection/teasing
|From:||Isabel de Faria Leal |
I have to mentally prepare myself to do nerve teasing otherwise I know I'll
just be wasting my time.I usually forewarn my colleagues so that they know I
didn't actually mean to snap at them.My advice:lots of
Isabel de Faria Leal
NHLS/Wits Medical School
From: Ronnie Houston [mailto:Ronnie.Houston@tsrh.org]
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 10:00 PM
Subject: RE: nerve dissection/teasing
Well done Andy............................having spent days on end doing
this, and pulling every hair out of my head, I totally agree with you.
Also, opinion is very divided about what useful information you actually get
from a well-teased nerve (personally I do not believe it is worth the time
and effort). If the nerve isn't well-prepared and carefully handled, you are
wasting your time and everybody elses as the potential for artefactual
damage is great.
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>>> 02/22/02 07:46AM >>>
Trust me - the best method is to get somebody else to do them.
From: Maria Mercier [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 22 February 2002 12:54
Subject: nerve dissection/teasing
What method are you nerve teasers using?I use the
method whereby the nerve is osmicated and then placed
in 45,60,100% glycerol.Are there any other methods?How
long do you take to tease a nerve and how many slides
per nerve do you prepare?
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