[Histonet] (no subject)

Julia Dahl jdmd77 <@t> hotmail.com
Fri Jun 3 10:12:11 CDT 2005

Janet -

It is relatively simple to contact your local butcher to acquire cow and 
lamb internal organs.  Kidney, liver, heart and all gastrointestinal organs.

To simulate the biopsies from these tissues, aquire large bore needles and 
perform biopsies, or use soft forceps to avulse tissue from the GI tract.

Hope this is of assistance!

Julia Dahl, MD.

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>Hello I have been "lurking" on your list for a few days. There is a
>great exchange of information going on here. I have recently moved from
>the clinical lab to a college where I teach the Histotechnology part of
>a medical Lab program. I wonder if any of you have any tips on how I
>might provide my students with tissues which simulate renal and liver
>needle biopsies. Any tissues that we may have are of course from
>autopsy. I also wondered about simulating GI biopsies and  curettings.
>If any of you have done this I would appreciate your advice.
>Janet Keeping
>Medical Laboratory Science Program
>College of the North Atlantic
>Prince Philip Drive Campus
>St. John's, NL, A1C 5P7
>709-758-7657 tel
>709-758-7634 fax
>Email: janet.keeping <@t> cna.nl.ca <mailto:janet.keeping <@t> cna.nl.ca>
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