[Histonet] Minimizing shrinkage

Chris Pomajzl cpomajzl <@t> cpllabs.com
Mon Jun 12 11:38:38 CDT 2006

Don't put them in the pool. (sorry, had to say it)

We used to infuse vessels with a plastic polymer. Perhaps if you do this,
you could measure the diameter of the plastic assuming it would not shrink.

Also, what type of animal are we talking about?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Timothy Macatee" <timothy.macatee <@t> med.nyu.edu>
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> I have someone who wants to measure cardiac vessel diameter.  Does anyone
> have an idea of the best process to avoid shrinkage of the tissue?
> how I made no reference to any situation comedy television shows.
> Tim
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