Sectioning

Serial Section Separator.

Luise G. Bohacek, HT (ASCP), State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York 14223. January 1972;II(1):10.

Let’s Get Our Facts Straight.

An Editorial. January 1973;III(1):25.

Method of Eliminating Wrinkles from Paraffin Sections.

Marlene E. Bryant, Supervisor of Pathology Laboratory, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, New Jersey 07876. January 1973;III(1):27.

Demonstration of Lipids in Paraffin-Embedded Tissue Sections.

Louis W. Chang, Ph.D., Joseph J. Lalich, M.D., Alden W. Dudley, Jr., M.D., Department of Pathology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706. January 1974;IV(1):43-44.

Eliminate Wrinkles on Paraffin Section Slides.

Livia M. Molnar, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195. January 1975;V(1):59.

Histo Hazard.

John Ronan, AIC USAF, Histopathology Laboratories, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306. April 1977;VII(2):95.

Microtomy of the Eye, Lens and Other Friable Tissues: Application of Glycerin.

Mary W. Fischer, B.S., Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado 80523. April 1977;VII(2):97.

Sectioning of Paraffin Embedded Brain Tissues: An Alternate Method.

Elizabeth Bettin and Jadvyga Tamasevicius, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics, Chicago, Illinois 60637. January 1979;IX(1):123-124.

A Method For Keeping Paraffin Blocks Cold Prior to Microtomy.

James H. Maynard, Mease Hospital & Clinic, Dunedin, Florida 33528. October 1980;X(4):151.

Strict Serial Sectioning with Particular Reference to Bone and Dense Fibrous Tissue.

J.R. Goodwin, Mater Misericordiae Public Hospitals, South Brisbane, 4101 Q’LD, Australia. January 1981;XI(1):155-157.

Microtomy and Staining of Cataract Lens.

Susan Duncan, Good Samaritan Hospital, Pottsville, Pennsylvania 17901. April 1981;XI(2):160-161.

Disposable Blades Vs. Conventional Microtome Knives: Disposables Have “The Edge.”

Sandra Berntheizel, HTL (ASCP), Erie County Medical Center, Buffalo, New York 14215. April 1983;XIII(2):201.

The Cutting Properties of Wide Edge “Histo” (Ralph): Knives.

Stewart Chew, USC, Orthopaedic Hospital, Los Angeles, California 90007, WAIT Bentley, Western Australia 6102. January 1984;XIV(1):228.

A Method for the Removal of Adhered Precipitates from Sections.

Dr. Yuichi G. Watanabe, Sapporo Medical College, Sapporo, Japan. 1985;XV(1):233.

Tissue Section Transfer and Slide Repair.

Jack B. Wenger, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306. 1985;XV(2):244-245.

Improved Section Adhesive.

Ruby Webster Mull, HT (ASCP), Center for Health Sciences, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN 38163. Winter 1985-86;XVI(1):214.

Methods for Sealing and Mounting Paraffin Blocks.

Lillian B. Antonio, State Hospital, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria. April 1987;XVII(2):246.

Notes on the Tissue Section and Debri Bonding Question.

Martin L. Golick, M.L. Golick Labs, Woodside, New York. April 1987;XVII(2):244.

A Method for Sectioning Ticks.

Francine Hincherick, HTL (ASCP), Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C. 20306. July 1987;XVII(3):252-253.

Helpful Hint For Frozen Sections.

Barbara Lilly, Bluefield Community Hospital, Bluefield, West Virginia 24701. July 1987;XVII(3):253.

Reasons for Sections Falling Off of Slides.

Lee G. Luna, American HistoLabs, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879. October 1987;XVII(4):259.

Innovative Frozen Section Procedure.

Brian Moore, Veterinary Pathology Laboratory, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 4N8, Canada. Winter 1986-87;XVI(4):231.

Method for Removing Wrinkles from Tissue Sections.

Lee G. Luna, American Histo-Labs, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD 20879. Nov/Dec 1989;XIX(5):130-131.

Rehydration of Biopsy Specimens to Facilitate Sectioning.

Terri C. Staples, HT (ASCP), HTL, Baptist Health System, Birmingham, AL. September 1996;XXVI(2):17.

The Art, Science, and History of Disposable Microtome Blades.

September 1997;XXVII(2):28.

Direct Measurement of Tissue Thickness on Stained Slides (Measurement in 3 Dimensions) for Determina

Salah Deeb, PhD; Mahmoud El-Begawey, PhD; Adel Shalaby, PhD; Khalid El-Nesr, PhD; Emad Mahdi, PhD; Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Beni-Sueif, Egypt. December 2012;XLV(2):24.

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