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Human papillomaviruses (HPVs) are the etiologic agents for a significant fraction of many cancers in humans. Our understanding of the pathogenesis of these tumors has led to almost continuous refinement in our approach to managing patients at risk for these...

A review of fluorochromes and the specialized microscope used in immunofluorescence techniques will begin this presentation. A typical (human skin and kidney) clinical specimen will be followed from receipt in the laboratory, through freezing, cryomicrotomy...

Histology laboratories perform a wide range of special stains that include multiple chemicals many of which have unique hazards. This workshop will cover the appropriate handling of dyes and reagents used in special stains. The discussion will consist of...

Histology is an occupation that potentially places employees at risk of exposure to chemical hazards. Appropriate hazard and exposure assessment procedures are necessary to protect ourselves and assure a safe working environment for everyone.

Skin specimens received in the histology laboratory for dermatopathology are among the most difficult to handle successfully. The pathologist must be able to see the dermal-epidermal junction in each tissue section in order to make a diagnosis, thus every skin...

When was the last time that your pathologist brought you a slide of decalcified bone, and said it was the best she ever saw? Ever wonder why your PAS stain is not staining the basement membrane the way it should? These questions and 18 others will be discussed...

In recent years, there has been an increase of pathogens findings in tissues. This presentation will discuss some of the reasons for the increase of these pathogens in the past few years. The presentation will also will give an overview of why some of these...

Cytogenetics is a branch of genetics associated with the study of the structure and function of the cell, especially the chromosomes. It includes routine analysis of G-banded chromosomes, other cytogenetic banding techniques, as well as molecular cytogenetics...

In surgical pathology more than ever, the laboratories are expected to do more with less. Taking on more specimens with less technical staff, or getting more stains out of tiny biopsies or fine needle aspirations have become the norm. The College of American...

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