[Histonet] Pathology teaching question
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Question: We have a collection of "wet" pathology specimens we use to teach sophomore medical students gross pathology. How do other medical schools label such specimens? We have been the plastination route, and the potting in plexiglass (Perspex) route, and have found the medical students learn best when they can actually handle the specimens. Anyone have any ideas on labeling?
Mobile AL USA
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