Sounds fine to me. That is what a
microtomist would do to make cutting easier. Maybe it is "wrong" to the
pathologists, who like things lined up differently and don't care much about how
it is to cut.
I have a question regarding "proper embedding"---I have been practicing
for 35 yrs., am at new position and funny thing, I do things
Anyway, correct embedding--epithelium from skin - "all going same way"
but I embed on a slant not in a straight row. The knife blade hits one
piece at a time not the entire
"straight " line.
Glenda Hoye and the instructors- do you have a reference?
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