[Histonet] Blue Glands II

Willis, Donna DonnaWillis <@t> texashealth.org
Fri Jun 24 08:57:32 CDT 2005

What Fixative are you using.  We had issues many years ago with biopsies
that were fixed in Hollande. Had to add iodine to our stainers to get
out the blue.

Donna Willis
Histology Lab Manager
Harris Methodist Fort Worth, Tx

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Subject: [Histonet] Blue Glands II

Thanks for all the responses to my Blue Gland problem.
However the problem is not a staining problem, it's a processing
I should have specified that one processor was the culprit out of four.
So to recap: One processor out of four produces bx's with bluing in the
glands. All slides run through the same stainer, that's how we traced it
to the one processor Sorry for the confusion, but still looking for

Daniel R Peterson HT(ASCP)
Histopathology Section Head
General Medical Laboratories
1dpeterson <@t> meriter.com

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