Just a little behind, but thought Histonetters would like to know:
In the Sept. 2002 issue of ASCP "Laboratory Medicine" (Vol. 33, #9) is an
aricle on troubleshooting the Warthin Starry stain for spirochetes, written
by John Kiernan (a frequent contributor to Histonet on the chemistry of
In my humble opinion, it is a well written, fairly easy to understand
article. Very good knowledge needed for people troubleshooting silver stains
Also, this is a continuing education article. After reading the article,
there are 5 multiple choice questions you can complete. Fill in the
information about yourself (name, address, etc), send in the answers, send
in $15, and you can earn 1 hour CE from ASCP.
Just a note - Question #2 has no right answer. I've talked with both John
Kiernan and ASCP "Lab Medicine" about this. And they both agree, there is no
right answer. John and ASCP are working to figure out how it happened.
So - ASCP has said - they will count it as a right answer, for ANY answer
that is marked for question #2.
Hope you enjoy the article.
Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)SLS
William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI 48073
(Disclaimer - I am on the Editorial Board of ASCP "Laboratory Medicine", but
I don't make any money for this position or for highlighting Kiernan's
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