[Histonet] Deeper vs Levels
vazquezr <@t> ohsu.edu
Wed Mar 2 09:09:33 CST 2005
Deepers and levels are one in the same, a recut on the other hand is
"right off the top". Basically, you don't go into the block at all.
Or, maybe different parts of the country call it different names...just
my two cents.
>>> "Connie McManus" <conniemoss <@t> relia.net> 03/01/05 4:32 PM >>>
Stepping out on a limb, here...
in my mind, "deeper" is just what the doc said, it's a recut.
on the other hand, implies a specified depth ... 10 um, 15 um,
per level. I would think that whatever depth defines a "level" would
part of the way things are done in the lab (there's a term I'm looking
for and it escapes me at the moment...grrr ... old age).
this is an interesting question, one I've never delt with before.
that's my thinking on it, for what it's worth.
Connie McManus, HT
Mt Ogden Scientific Services
950 W Kershaw, Suite E
Ogden UT 84401
conniemoss <@t> relia.net
Victor Tobias said:
> We have this on going issue of the use of the terms such as deeper
> levels. For this example let's use 3 levels vs 3 deeper sections.
> is no question regarding the understanding of 3 levels, but what
> deeper sections? My immediate boss says 3 deeper sections are
> essentially 3 recuts at one deeper level. In talking with some of
> techs, they would treat 3 deeper sections the same as 3 levels. We
> to clean-up our database and eliminate any confusion. Pathologist
> they are ordering this and get that. Any comments?
> Victor Tobias
> Clinical Applications Analyst
> University of Washington Medical Center
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