Histo-Tips

Can You Help?

October 1971;I(2):8.

Let’s Get Our Facts Straight.

Freida L. Carson, M.S., HT (ASCP), Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, Texas 75246. January 1972;II(1):9.

Replies to: Can You Help?

January 1972;II(1):11.

Can You Help?

April 1972;II(2).

Did You Know?

An Editorial. April 1972;II(2).

Did You Know?

An Editorial. July 1972;II(3):19.

Editor’s Corner: Let’s Get Our Facts Straight.

October 1972;II(4):24.

Let’s Get Our Facts Straight.

An Editorial. July 1973;III(3):37.

Let’s Get Our Facts Straight.

An Editorial. October 1973;III(4):41.

Multiple Helpful Hints.

Gerre G. Wells, HT (ASCP), Histotechnology Education Coordinator, Department of Pathology, The University of Tennessee, College of Medicine, Memphis, Tennessee 38103. October 1973;III(4):41.

Comments Regarding Articles Published in January, 1973 Issue of Histo-Logic.

Gloria B. Pridgen, HT (ASCP), University of Alabama, University Station, Birmingham, Alabama 35294. January 1974;IV(1):45.

Can You Help?

April 1974;IV(2):49.

How to Make a Countertop Dispenser.

Dominic Rotondo, MSgt., USAF, NCOIC Histopathology Laboratory, USAF Regional Hospital Maxwell, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 36112. January 1975;V(1):60.

Recycling Xylene.

Fran Allison, HT (ASCP), Palmyra Park Hospital, Albany, Georgia 31702. January 1975;V(1):62.

Editor’s Corner: Did You Know.

July 1975;V(3):69.

Additional Hints.

Brenda Cuevas, Jose Torres, Gorgas Hospital Laboratory, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. October 1975;V(4):72.

A Method for Cleaning Tissue Capsules.

Herbert Stevens, Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan 48124. July 1976;VI(3):85.

Improved Design of New Cassette Makes Tissue Identification Easier.

Don Hammer, Histology Manager, Epply Institute for Research in Cancer, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska 68104. July 1976;VI(3):84.

Technique for Preserving Wet-mount Slides.

John P. Koski, Harleco, Gibbstown, New Jersey 08027. July 1976;VI(3):86.

Artifacts Can be Deceiving.

An Editorial. October 1976;VI(4):89.

Preparation of Photographic Slides.

Vermell Deer, 1457 Simmons Street, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 29464. October 1976;VI(4):88.

Helpful Hints: Frozen Sections.

Reba Peddle, HT (ASCP), North Carolina Baptist Hospital, Winston Salem, North Carolina 27103. January 1977;VII(1):93.

Technically Speaking.

Robert A. Clark, Technical Services, Lab-Tek Products, Naperville, IL 60540. July 1977;VII(3):102.

Additional Information on Cleaning Tissue Cassettes.

Ann F. Racow, Beverly Hospital, Beverly, Massachusetts 01915. October 1977;VII(4):104.

Technically Speaking.

Robert A. Clark, Technical Services, Lab-Tek Products, Naperville, IL 60540. October 1977;VII(4):106.

Technically Speaking.

Robert A. Clark, Technical Services, Lab-Tek Products, Naperville, IL 60540. January 1978;VIII(1):110.

Technically Speaking.

Robert A. Clark, Technical Services, Lab-Tek Products, Naperville, IL 60540. April 1978;VIII(2):114.

Technically Speaking.

Robert A. Clark, Technical Services, Lab-Tek Products, Naperville, IL 60540. July 1978;VIII(3):118.

Simple Solutions to Problems in Cutting.

Deborah Matyas. October 1978;VIII(4):120.

Suggestions for Conserving Chemicals.

Suzanne Dunbar. October 1978;VIII(4):120.

An Intriguing Question in Search of an Answer.

An Editorial. January 1979;IX(1):125.

Technically Speaking.

Robert A. Clark, Lab-Tek Division, Naperville, IL. January 1979;IX(1):126.

pH Simplified (part 1).

Robert J. Joyce, Markson Science, Inc. April 1979;IX(2):127-128.

pH Simplified (part 2).

Robert J. Joyce, Markson Science, Inc. July 1979;IX(3):131-132.

pH Simplified (part 3).

Robert J. Joyce, Markson Science, Inc. October 1979;IX(4):135-136.

Tissue Section Transfer and Slide Repair.

Jack B. Wenger, Washington, D.C. October 1979;IX(4):137.

Uses of Aerosol OT in the Histology Laboratory.

Leonard W. Noble, North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27103. January 1980;X(1):139.

Reply to Ganglion Cell Staining Inquiry.

Clare S. Kerr, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts 02115. January 1980;X(1):142.

Can You Help?

Paulyne Lawton, New Brunswick School of Medical Technology, Saint John, N.B., Canada. January 1980;X(1):142.

Cell Blocks from Specimens of Body Fluids.

Brenda Cuevas, Gorgas Hospital, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. April 1980;X(2):146.

Helpful Hint for SEM Fixation.

Gwen Ramer, University of Alabama Medical Center, University Station, Birmingham, Alabama 35294. April 1980;X(2):146.

Preparation of Fluid Material for Cytologic Evaluation.

Mary Buksa, Medical Center of Beaver County, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 15010. July 1980;X(3):148.

Solutions to Amylase Problems.

Bill Barlow, Riverside Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware 19899. S.A. Gourley, Veterans Administration Hospital, New York, N.Y. 10010. July 1980;X(3):149.

Can You Help?

Brenda Collins, University of Tennessee, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Knoxville, Tennessee 37901. July 1980;X(3):149.

Possible Causes of the Strong Bond Between Floating Debris and Tissue Section.

Martin Golick, Bellevue Hospital, New York, New York 10016. October 1980;X(4):151.

The Preparation of Multiple Slides From a Single Block.

Therese Ansman, M.S., HT (ASCP), University of California, San Francisco, California 94143. October 1980;X(4):152.

Better Frozen Sections.

Michael P.K. Shoobridge, Box Hill and District Hospital, Nelson Road, Box Hill, Victoria 3128 Australia. 10th Anniversary Issue 1980;11.

Impregnation Techniques in the Preparation of Frozen Sections from Formalin-Fixed Tissue.

Leonard Noble, North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc., Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27103. January 1981;XI(1):155.

Quick and Easy Slide Albuminizing.

J. Ziaja, V. Granat, E. Gruebbel, Lutheran Medical Center, St. Louis, Missouri 63118. April 1981;XI(2):159.

Can You Help?

Mequita D. Praet, Dept. of Pathology, Susie Parker Stringfellow Memorial Hospital, Anniston, Alabama 36201. April 1981;XI(2):161.

Carbol-Xylene (A Useful Tool).

An Editorial. July 1981;XI(3):163.

Making a Desk-Top Out of a Drawer.

Jacob Lundy, Robert Moore, U.S. Army Biomedical Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 21010. July 1981;XI(3):163-164.

Replies to Inquiry.

Priscilla Ann Gregory, Osteopathic General Hospital, 1750 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach, Florida 33162. George W. Chang, University of California, College of Natural Resources, Berkeley California 94720. July 1981;XI(3):165.

Section Adhesive for Paraffin Sections.

Alice Esposito, Methodist Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19148. July 1981;XI(3):165.

Problems Related to Staining of Connective Tissue Embedded in Water-Soluble Plastics.

Peter O. Gerrits, Department of Anatomy, University of Groningen, 9713 EZ Groningen, The Netherlands. July 1981;XI(3):165.

Can You Help?

Rob Bosma, Laboratorium voor de Volksgezondheid, Jelsumerstraat 6, afd. P.A., 8917 EN Leeuwarden, The Netherlands. July 1981;XI(3):166.

Hints on Cleaner Histologic Slides.

Carol Eriole, Kidney Disease Institute, Albany, New York 12201. January 1982;XII(1):173.

Oil Discovery in Histology.

Bonnie Hemplemann, Phelps County Memorial Hospital, Rolla, Missouri 65401. January 1982;XII(1):174.

Liquid Embroidery to Identify Tissue Sections on Glass Slides for Peroxidase-Antiperoxidase.

Patricia Shook, H.T.L. (ASCP), Oncology Research, St. Luke’s Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio 44104. July 1982;XII(3):182.

Inquiry Responses.

James E. Rathke, Pathologist Assistant, Neurohistology, St. Anthony Hospital, Rockford, IL 61101. January 1983;XIII(1):188-189.

Inquiry Responses Continued from Jan. 1983 Issue.

Dave Williams, Clinical Pathology, Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan 48640. April 1983;XIII(2):191.

Collagen Nonstaining Using Glycol Methacrylate.

John Koski, Robert Munger, Mary Lou Gregory, Department of Surgical Pathology, University Laboratory Medicine at Hahnemann Medical College & Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102. April 1983;XIII(2):192.

An Aid to Cleaning Paraffin.

Donald Axley, Kaiser Hospital, Sacramento, CA 95825. April 1983;XIII(2):192.

Schiff’s Stained Hands and Clothing — A Possible Solution.

Nancy Cameron, Pomona Valley Community Hospital, Pomona, California 91767. January 1984;XIV(1):224.

A Combined Argyrophilic and Immunoperoxidase Technique.

Antonio Lopez Beltran, M.D., Department of Anatomic Pathology, Cordoba University, Faculty of Medicine, Cordoba, Spain. Spring 1986;XVI(2):221-222.

Frozen Section Technique.

Jane Bennick, HT (ASCP), Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, Pennsylvania 17822. January 1988;XVIII(1):265.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

July/August 1988;XVIII(3):16.

Do You Know?

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. Sept/Oct 1988;XVIII(4):28-30.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

Nov/Dec 1988;XVIII(5):52.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

Nov/Dec 1988;XVIII(5):52.

Do You Know?

Nov/Dec 1988;XVIII(5):50-52.

Response to Questions in Search of an Answer.

Mark E. Dayman, Senior Technical Officer, Institute of Medical and Veterinary Sciences, Frame Road, Adelaide, South Australia. Jan/Feb 1989;XIX(1):56-57.

A Question in Search of an Answer.

March/April 1989;XIX(2):79-80.

Do You Know?

March/April 1989;XIX(2):82.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

May/June 1989;XX(3):93-94.

Tissue-Tek® Technical Tips.

Brent Riley, Managing Editor. May/June 1989;XX(3):100.

Answers to Questions in Search of an Answer

NSH Convention Issue 1989;XIX(4):112-116.

Something for the HT Student “A Question and Answer Session.”

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. Nov/Dec 1989;XIX(5):129-130.

Techniques for Examining Ventriculo-Peritoneal Shunts.

Janet Chambers, Neuropathology Laboratory, West Virginia University, Health Sciences Center North, Morgantown, WV 26506. Nov/Dec 1989;XIX(5):124.

Answers and Comments to “A Question and Answer Session.”

Nov/Dec 1989;XIX(5):135.

Do You Know?

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. Nov/Dec 1989;XIX(5):123-124.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

Mar/Apr 1990;XX(2):160-161.

Do You Know?

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. May/June 1991;XXI(3):257.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

Juan Bassett, Gaithersburg, MD, Joyce Schroeder, HT (ASCP), Henrico Doctor’s Hospital, Richmond, VA 23229. January/February 1992;XXII(1):297.

Cryotomy Tips.

Joanna L. Brady, HTL (ASCP), Colmery-O’Neil VAMC, Topeka, KS 66622. July/August 1992;XXII(3):327

Answers to “Questions in Search of an Answer.”

April 1994;XXIV(2):77.

Histoids–Helpful Hints for Histology Hackers.

April 1994;XXIV(2):79-80.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

April 1994;XXIV(2):77.

“Histoids”: Helpful Hints for Histology Hackers.

August 1995;XXV(1):10.

A New Use for Mineral Oil.

The Histotechnologists at Ottawa Civic Hospital, Ottawa, Ontario. March 1996;XXVI(1):4.

Chemical Dropouts…and the Solution.

Nancy Klemme, HT (ASCP), Customer/Product Support, Department Manager, Sakura Finetek USA, Inc. March 1996;XXVI(1):5.

Questions in Search of an Answer.

September 1996;XXVI(2):20.

Answers to Questions in Search of an Answer.

March 1997;XXVII(2):7.

Cyto-Tek® Mono Prep™ Slide Preparations for Fine Needle Aspirations.

Sherif F. Yacoub, MD, PhD; Mariana V. El-Amin, MD; Yvette Rubianes-Collazo, MD, CT (ASCP); and Tracy Kunkel, CT (ASCP). November 1998;XXIX(1):24-26.

How to Perform an Electronic Literature Search, or Answer the Question “Has Anyone Ever Done This Be

Donna Montague, MS, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Orthopaedic Surgery, 4301 W. Markham St. Slot 644, Little Rock, AR 72205. November 1999;XXXI(2):35.

Histonet: The List Server for Histotechnology.

Linda R. Margraf, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology and Histonet Administrator and Herbert K. Hagler, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology and Histonet Administrator, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dallas, Texas 75235. November 1999;XXXI(2):36.

It’s a Jungle Out There! How to Avoid Hiring the Wrong Person.

Vinnie Della Speranza, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC 29425. November 2000;XXXIII(2):24.

The Coding Nightmare: Making Sense of it All.

Debbie J. Siena, HT (ASCP) QIHC, Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, TX 75246. November 2000;XXXIII(2):40.

Prolonged Storage of Silver-Stained Slides in Xylene May Cause Fading.

Vinnie Della Speranza, MS, HTL(ASCP); Jerri Beth Frymire. Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC. December 2005;XXXVIII(2):37.

Trichrome—Three Colors, Six Ways.

Marian Levchinsky, Linda Suarez, Errin Roberts, Emily Yandl, Sue Ryan, Department of Pathology, Genzyme Corporation, Framingham, MA. December 2006;XXXIX(2):41.

Tissue Microarray Controls to Demonstrate Connective Tissue Components

Yan Cai*, Zhongqiu Guo*, Aruna Kola*, Hazel Dalton*, Mark Bailey*, Sharon LeBlanc+; *University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center School of Health Sciences, Program in Histotechnology; +Baylor College of Medicine, Breast Center, Houston, TX. December 2007;XL(2):28.

Colorization of Tissues With Methylene Blue as an Alternative to Eosin and Erythrosin B

Linda G. McDonald, Michael Walker, Ana Bennett, Department of Anatomic Pathology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH. December 2008;XLI(2):36.

Histology Lab Safety: Frequently Asked Questions

Jason Burrill, HT(ASCP)SLS, Manager, Global Environment Health and Safety, Charles River Laboratories, Wilmington, MA; December 2009;XLII(2):36.

A Decemented, Decalcified Paraffin Processing Option for Resurfaced Femoral Head Implant Specimens

Robert A. Skinner, BS, HTL(ASCP)*; Sandra G. McLaren, BS*; Ginell R. Post, MD, PhD†; Larry J. Suva, PhD*; *Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Center for Orthopaedic Research, †Department of Pathology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR. June 2012;XLV(1):1.

Mounting of Paraffin Tissue Sections on Filter Paper for Storage, Mailing, and Microdissection

Salah Deeb, PhD; Khalid El-Nesr, PhD; Shehata Anwar, BVSc; Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Beni-Suef, Egypt. June 2012;XLV(1):11.

A Discussion of Quality Control Outcomes From Recycled Reagents

Carol Barone, HT(ASCP)BAAS; Terry Kokas; Bobbie Boyce; Brian Owens, HT(ASCP)AS; Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Histotechnology Core Lab, Department of Biomedical Research, Wilmington, DE. December 2012;XLV(2):28.

The Effectiveness of Even Ice Surface on Microtomy of Paraffin Blocks

Peter Fabian, BS, HTL(ASCP)QIHC; Orlando Morales; AmeriPath Northeast, GI Division, Shelton, CT. June 2013;XLVI(1):12.

A Technique for Correcting Poorly Processed Paraffin Blocks.

Michael L. Johnson, BS, HTL, HT(ASCP), Spokane, WA, mickie25@netzero.net. May 2003;XXXVI(1):21.

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