[Histonet] RE: sectioning spleen

Malam Jacqueline Jacqueline.Malam <@t> rli.mbht.nhs.uk
Tue Mar 20 11:52:28 CDT 2007

When sectioning haemorrhagic tissues like spleen that don't "cooperate" and
begin to crumble, we use Baker's Fluid - 10% glycerol in 70% industrial
methylated spirits (IMS) and soak the surface for 10 minutes then cool and


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