microscopic anatomy

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From:Ian Montgomery <ian.montgomery@bio.gla.ac.uk> (by way of histonet)
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>Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 10:16:17 -0500
>From: Betsy Krummrey <bkrummre@ingham.k12.mi.us>
>Subject: microscopic anatomy
>To: Histonet@pathology.swmed.edu
> I'm looking for a CD format of microscopic anatomy that is basic for
>Histologic Technicians.
>What I have found in the past is more what is used for medical students and
>diagnostic application.  Any suggestions ??  The intention is for this
>program to used as a self study curricular piece to be combined with hands
>on/ lab procedure special staining techniques.  Betsy Krummrey
>Histologic Technician Program director
>Ingham Intermediate
>611 Hagadorn Rd
>Mason, Mi 48854

	Why not make one yourself. I'm in the process of capturing the
and my collection of slides then storing the images on CD. Examining these
slides again I have found some pretty fabulous fields and with the almost
limitless capacity of CD's now have a large collection of images. I can now
take a set of images, write appropriate text for the course then assemble
on a CD. The feedback from the students is very, very positive and a
subject that was always viewed as 'oh no, not ****** histology again' is
becoming attractive. Only downside, the students don't use a microscope,
but I can live with that if they now view histology as interesting.
	If your worried about cost don't be. All you need is a microscope with
video camera, Iomega Buz, Adobe photoshop and a CD burner.

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