"The key to the perfect section after soaking is not to leave the block
so long that the tissue is damaged. The block then has to be faced to
the exact spot that the perfect section can be taken - not where the
tissue is still too soaked or after you've moved past that place again.
Once again this part has to do with perception and experience."
Helpful.... so obviously a way of answering poor fixation and/ or
processing; sorry but I never came across this in the UK. Do any of you
Brits do this?
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