RE: trichromic Van Gieson

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There is a combination technique for Voerhoff's Elastica and Trichrome,
which would seem more appropriate for lung then Van Gieson.  Perhaps your
client was somewhat confused?  I can send info on request.

Joseph A. Saby, BA HT(ASCP)
Diagnostic Pathology, Pathology & Experimental Toxicology
Parke-Davis/Int. Pharm. Res. Div. Warner-Lambert
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Phone: (734) 622-3631
Fax:     (734) 622-5718

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From: Cynthia Tily []
Sent: Tuesday, November 02, 1999 5:49 PM
Subject: trichromic Van Gieson

Hello Everyone,

I have been asked by a client to perform a "trichromic Van Gieson" that he
saw referenced in an Italian paper. He is studying pleurisy in the lungs.
We are familiar with the various trichrome and Van Gieson procedures but
cannot find a reference for the above. Any ideas?

Thank you,

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