[Histonet] Mercurochrome in IBF--replacement?
Luck, Greg D.
LuckG <@t> empirehealth.org
Thu Jun 9 14:39:35 CDT 2005
We use the orange dye that comes with the set of Davidson's tissue dyes. To
set the ink better we soak our small biopsies briefly (after we wrap them in
lens paper) in Bouin's solution. Although this is a bit messy it is very
effective, has improved the visualizing for both embedding and cutting and
the pathologists are happy as well. Good luck, Greg
Greg Luck, BS, HT(ASCP)
Anatomic Pathology Supervisor
Deaconess Medical Center
800 W. 5th Ave
Spokane, WA 99204
luckg <@t> empirehealth.org
From: Jacquie.Farnsworth <@t> cls.ab.ca [mailto:Jacquie.Farnsworth <@t> cls.ab.ca]
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 10:21 AM
To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
Subject: [Histonet] Mercurochrome in IBF--replacement?
I've read many articles in the archives about replacing mercurochrome with
eosin, etc. We are looking for a dye solution to use in IBF fixative for
our prostate biopsies. (In order to see the tissue easier at embedding).
We are currently trying Mrs. Stewart's bluing solution. With this, the
pathologists have noticed a blue halo around the sections. Generally it does
not interfere with diagnosis, but am wondering if there's something better
Thank you in advance,
Anatomic Pathology Tech III
Calgary Laboratory Services
Jacquie.Farnsworth <@t> CLS.ab.ca
PH: (403) 944-1578
Pager: 212-8223 #1933
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