True ..But the Pathologist usually looks for a bluish tint on the dermal
surface..If its not there than they say no solar elastosis....Lets not get
into you can train anybody thing..We all had to start someplace.Someone
trained us.I am grateful.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Weaver"
Sent: Thursday, May 23, 2002 5:56 PM
> Being a former Mohs"er," I found that the artifact can sometimes be
> caused at the injection site(s) [solution freeze artifact] by the
> nurse/surgeon. Just curious, what percentage of slides/cases do you
> send out per month for QA by a pathologist? One thing that I do not
> like about Mohs (in private physician offices) is that they can train
> anyone off the street to cut sections......but if you work in a
> laboratory/hospital it's different.
> WE NEED NSH TO GET ON THIS!
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