RE: [Histonet] processing help[Scanned]

From:Kemlo Rogerson

I personally would suggest, logically its fixation. Have you changed
anything there? Are you receiving them in proper formalin or water?

Happened to me once. PS Dermatopathologist's are funny creatures, don't let
them smell your fear. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Dorothy.L.Webb@HealthPartners.Com
Sent: 27 January 2005 20:34
Subject: [Histonet] processing help[Scanned]

I have a dermatopathologist who complained to me that his slides on the
skins we short processed yesterday looked very eosinophilic and the collagen
was separating out.  Does anyone out there have any ideas what the problem
could be??  We changed nothing in our processor from one day to the next nor
any of the times. OUr routine tissues from today looked great!  What could
possibly be the problem when a pathologist comes across with this problem??
HELP!!  And Thanks!!


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