|From:||"Tom T. McNemar" <TMcNemar@lmhealth.org>|
I tried in vain to locate these guys myself about a year ago. I pulled the
info from a previous purchase and was told that the company no longer
existed. I got our maintenance department make two of them. Simple enough
and a whole lot cheaper. They used one of our existing ones to use for a
Tom Mc Nemar
Licking Memorial Hospital
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wayne Ozanne [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 7:36 PM
> To: HistoNet Server
> Subject: Pathfinder
> Fellow Histonetters,
> Does anyone know the supply of "Pathfinder"?
> It is two plexiglass plates, that have wing nut screws on the four
> It is used for the orientation of breast lumpectomies and needle probe
> localization. The lump is oriented on the fist plate and the top plate is
> put on and the screws applied. The specimen then comes to the Pathologist
> in the Quick Section room oriented on this apparatus.
> We (I) purchased on in 1988, and for the life of me cannot figure out
> I got it from?
> W. Ozanne
> St. Michael's Hospital
> The Pathology Department
> 30 Bond Street
> Toronto, Ontario
> M5B 1W8
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