Re: FW: Histofreeze question

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I would guess if she has to use that much spray that the tissues are
overprocessed.  Maybe check the processing schedule?

In a message dated 05/06/2000 2:42:17 AM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< >From:   Mooney, Herbert Dr.
 >Sent:     Thursday, May 04, 2000 3:51 PM
 >To:   Debra Ritter
 >Subject:  FW: Histofreeze question
 >From:     Mooney, Herbert Dr.
 >Sent:     Thursday, May 04, 2000 12:30 PM
 >To:   ''
 >Subject:  Histofreeze question
 >I am a pathologist who has a new histotech who uses a "ton" of the freezing
 >spray in her process of cutting paraffin embedded H & E sections.  I am
 >wondering whether there is objective literature that describes the
 >artifacts/problems associated with over use of these sprays?  I would
 >appreciate any help that can be offered.
 >              Sincerely,
 >              Herb Mooney MD >>

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