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Fri Jan 27 12:54:00 CST 2012
The ones I've known preferred the cytospin and a cell block if they were not doing a quick read. And a cell block over any smears if cells were limited. It sounds like your dealing with a training issue if the smears are too thick.
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On Jan 27, 2012, at 12:16 PM, "Fallak, Alice" <Alice.Fallak <@t> uhsi.org> wrote:
> In regard to the FNA preparation, do your pathologists prefer the smears obtained at the bedside verses the smears that are made from the pellet after centrifuging? We find that the ones prepared at the bedside are most times bloody.
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