[Histonet] FNA

DKBoyd <@t> chs.net DKBoyd <@t> chs.net
Fri Jan 27 13:19:14 CST 2012

Bedside.  The first drop out of the needle is usually the most diagnostic.

Debbie M. Boyd, HT(ASCP) l Chief Histologist l Southside Regional Medical 
Center I 
200 Medical Park Boulevard l Petersburg, Va.  23805 l T: 804-765-5050 l F: 
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[Histonet] FNA

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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