[Histonet] Color-Coding Biopsies
cgfields <@t> lexhealth.org
Wed Aug 4 10:27:11 CDT 2004
We have used mercurochrome and Cobalt Blue to color biopsies. However the
mercurochrome has mercury in it so we are going to switch to something else
also...not sure what. Cobalt Chloride works great but I'm not sure this
group will go for blue tissue. You can put it in your last alcohol on the
processor and you cannot see it on the finished slide. Worked great in
Texas. You can also make it as dark or light as you want. We use agar for
prostate biopsies. www.palpath.com/agar.htm after that click on more agar
tips.. It will explain how we process biopsies. My pathologist Dr. Shaw
came up with the procedures.
Lex Med Ctn
From: Weems, Joyce [mailto:JWEEMS <@t> sjha.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 10:45 AM
Subject: [Histonet] Color-Coding Biopsies
Is anyone color coding prostate and/or breast biopsies to help with
identification of these little critters? The color would be dictated into
the gross description and would aid in being certain multiple biopsies of
like tissue did not get mixed up.
We're thinking of doing this, and I would like to get your ideas.
Thanks in advance. j:>)
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