{SPAM?} [Histonet] Skin PAS/D fungus

Douglas D Deltour doug <@t> ppspath.com
Mon Aug 6 15:10:31 CDT 2007

ANP.21400             Phase II	N/A   YES   NO

Are positive controls run routinely on all special stains, with reactivity
results documented, and are they verified for acceptability before reporting

NOTE:  A positive control slide must be run at the same time as any single
or group of slides stained with the same special stain.  The tissue chosen
for the special stain control slide must be appropriate in type and amount.
Both the control slide and the test tissue slide must be judged technically
acceptable before the results of the special stains are reported.

Douglas D. Deltour HT(ASCP)
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Subject: {SPAM?} [Histonet] Skin PAS/D fungus

Working in a Derm Path Lab.  Whats the least controls ones required to use
doing a PAS/D fungus on skin?

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