Microwave processing

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From:Jim Hall <rmkdhjh@ucl.ac.uk>
Date:Fri, 09 Jul 1999 09:39:01 +0100
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Dear colleagues,

I am in the final stages of evaluating a microwave tissue processor and am
awaiting our pathologists' comments on the morphology.  Does anyone have
views on how sections from microwave processed tissues compare to sections
produced by enclosed processors morphologically?  I would very much like to
hear from anyone who has.

Referring to "The future of Histology" I can go back even further when we
took delivery in the early 60's of a brand new Slee cryostat complete with
rocker microtome and my Pathologist telling me that this was the future and
that all sections examined by Pathologists would be frozen sections!!!

Best regards,

Jim Hall,
MDA Equipment Evaluator,
Department of Histopathology,
University College London Hospitals,
Rockefeller Building,
University Street,
London, WC1E 6JJ.
Tel.No. 0171 209 6042
Fax 0171 387 3674

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