Article15. May 2010 Authors: D Treanor , P Quirke , D Magee , D M Crellin , M Shires , Peter Jackson , S. Gray , A Ismail Institutes: University of Leeds, School of Computing, UK, Leeds Teaching Hospital's Trust, Histopathology Department, Leeds, UK, University of Leeds, Pathology and Tumor Biology, LIMM, UKThree dimensional reconstruction of liver tissue is beneficial as it can improve understanding of the normal architecture of the vascular and biliary system; additionally, awareness of how these systems are affected by various pathological processes may help to inform future treatment choices.
Article01. Oct 2008 Author: Peter Jackson Institute: The General Infirmary at Leeds LS1 3EX, Department of Histopathology and Molecular Pathology, UKOne of the first uses of formaldehyde as a fixative for tissue specimens was accidentally discovered by a Dr. F. Blum towards the end of the nineteenth century. Based on Blum’s observations a 4% solution has remained the percentage recommended for formaldehyde fixation and has not been challenged…