[Histonet] bubbles in paraffin blocks

Tom McNemar TMcNemar <@t> lmhealth.org
Wed Jul 10 12:01:01 CDT 2013

I see this when using the cassettes with the smaller holes and when the paraffin is added too fast.  Air gets trapped under the cassette.

Tom McNemar, HT(ASCP)
Histology Co-ordinator
Licking Memorial Health Systems
(740) 348-4163
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Subject: [Histonet] bubbles in paraffin blocks

Histonet experts,can you give me reason why embedded paraffin would have
tiny bubbles  in the block after the cooling process?
Any idea are appreciated

John O'Brien
"The Pathology Specialists"
Tel 800-543-8496
john <@t> imebinc.com

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