[Histonet] cement in bone specimen
MDiCarlo <@t> KaleidaHealth.Org
Thu Aug 6 14:43:16 CDT 2009
We sliced a humerus bone on a band saw which was filled with cement from
a previous surgery and my boss would like me to try to cut it on a
sliding/sledge microtome. (The knife remains stationary) Is this
possible to do? Presently, it is fixing and then I will decal it but
I'm wondering if I'll be wasting my time and effort.
I would appreciate anyone's experience with this.
Peggy DiCarlo HT (ASCP)
Orthopedic Bone Lab
Buffalo General Hospital
Buffalo, NY 14203
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