[Histonet] Re: Finding Lymph Nodes After Fixation

Marshall Terry Dr, Consultant Histopathologist Terry.Marshall <@t> rothgen.nhs.uk
Wed Apr 25 07:24:05 CDT 2007

Yes Kem, I remember it well. It worked fairly well, but what a load of
trouble it was. Tissue went rather light mahogany and stiff, but the fat
was cleared.

BTW, it's old people who smell of methyl salicylate rather than the
other way round. It's all the rubs for their painful joints (oil of


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Subject: RE: [Histonet] Re: Finding Lymph Nodes After Fixation

Terry will probably remember sticking mesentery in methyl salycylate (is
that how you spell it?) to reveal lymph nodes but I honestly can't
remember if it worked at all.

I know it had a funny smell and smelled of old people. 

Kemlo Rogerson
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