[Histonet] cork disection boards
mickie25 <@t> netzero.net
Wed Aug 13 13:22:02 CDT 2008
Sheet Styrofoam is nice. You can pin out the specimen and then turn it over
in a rubber maid container of formalin. We have done this for years with
colons, stomachs, esophagus, etc.
Mickie Johnson, B.S., HTL(ASCP)
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Subject: [Histonet] cork disection boards
what do you all out there use to pin small specimens such as mucosal
resection for shipping to a lab, or to send to the grossing room.
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