Why is decalcification necessary in histopathology
Which of the following solutions is a better alternative to formalin in fixing bone marrow biopsies?
Types of decalcifying agents are?
Which of the following is a rapid decalcifying agent?
Which of the following is the preferred decalcifying agent for IHC and electron microscopy?
How does temperatures affect decalcification?
In case a specimen is placed in the incorrect casette during grossing which factors can help identify the correct specimen?
If all the parameters mentioned in the above question are similar then, what can be done to identify tissue mixing?
Which of the following are methods used to prevent floaters?
Accepted major discrepancy rate among intra operative consultations compared with standard sections permitted by college of American pathologists( CAP) is?
Which of the following micro-organisms have been found to to transmitted to healthcare personnels by means of aerosols from the specimen ?
Seroconversion is highest after needle- prick injury in which of the following infections?
Which of the following are methods used to measure microscopic sizes?
Which of the following is the most accurate method to determine microscopic sizes?
Which of the following is a prerequisite to denying a specimen reception?
Which of the following tissues require mild Decalcifying agent along with 10% Neutral buffered formalin (NBF)
Which of the following is true regarding specimens labelled as biohazard?
In which of the following biomedical waste disposal bags is specimen waste generated from grossing discarded?
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