[Histonet] Train to catch?Yes!

kemlo kemlo <@t> f2s.com
Thu Mar 20 03:30:36 CDT 2008

Oh so renal biopsy stat!!!

Is life really that hectic? Maybe a little more time spent gets the correct
result rather than rushing and ruining.

Tortoise and the hare?

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Subject: [Histonet] Train to catch?Yes!

Life is so interesting! You can tell where people are coming from by their
Histonet emails. In fact, you can see?their professional lives?unfold before
you! Jennifer Saunders asked about processing artefacts in renal biopsies.
She is using a "short run" schedule so she is probably processing transplant
renal biopsies. She probably has a transplant surgeon and a renal
pathologist breathing down her neck. They are all wondering why the creatine
clearance is high and the patient is not producing urine. Maybe a kidney
rejection case. Maybe the patient needs dialysis or another kidney.
Then there is Dr Terry Marshall. He is wondering why use a rapid processing
All very interesting! And its not Friday yet!

Mike Titford
USA Pathology
Mobile AL USA
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