[Histonet] RE: pathologists in the lab (shivers down thespine...)

Stapf, Ross RossS <@t> BaylorHealth.edu
Thu Feb 24 12:41:55 CST 2005

Our new residents after a few weeks on their first Gross Room rotation
spend a day in histology to see the blocks they grossed get embedded and
cut.  They get to see first hand the results of their work.  It helps

This was not always done consistently here.  Hence the story I shared

Ross M Stapf
Histopathology Manager
Baylor University Medical Center
3500 Gaston Ave.
Dallas, TX 75246
214-820-4110 fax
RossS <@t> baylorhealth.edu

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