[Histonet] bone marrow procedure
Rene J Buesa
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Thu Sep 7 12:15:25 CDT 2006
Our BM core biosies were fixed for 3-4 in NBF followed by a very GENTLE decalcification with EDTA pH7 overnight. Any other more "rapid" decalcifier always ended reducing nuclear/staining detail when compared with EDTA.
"Margiotta, Michele" <MMargiotta <@t> bmhmc.org> wrote:
Our pathologist is wondering how most labs are processing bone marrow bxs. Are you doing a rapid or slow decal and for how long? If someone could share their procedure, that would be most helpful.
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