[Histonet] Re: Help with Large Eye Specimen

Robert Richmond rsrichmond <@t> gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 12:43:53 CST 2009

Sally Breeden, HT(ASCP) at the NM Dept. of Agriculture Veterinary
Diagnostic Services in Albuquerque asks:

>>I do not have the equipment to do a whole horse eye (with levels) on "lantern" slides. We rarely have call for this and my boss would like to know if there is a vet school or reference lab that could process an entire eye, cut levels (to be determined) to lantern slides. Alternately, if you know a procedure for producing this kind of levels work that involves a regular 1x3" slide that I could do here, could you clue me in? The Boss would prefer the whole eye mount method if there is a facility that could perform this kind of work for us.<<

My friend Dick Dubielzig (pronounced dooBILLzig), a veterinary
pathologist specializing in veterinary ophthalmology, can probably
help you with this. See

Bob Richmond
Samurai Pathologist
Knoxville TN

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