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preparation of decalcified sections

E. B. Brain

preparation of decalcified sections

by E. B. Brain

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Published by C.C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Histology -- Technique.

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    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementby Edward B. Brain.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQM556 .B7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 266 p.
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5986768M
    LC Control Number66016783

    I would like some expert help with my preparation protocol for the sections of bone I am obtaining. What I do currently is: Fix in 10% formalin for 24hrs immediately after extracting the . The word “decalcified” or phrase “submitted after decalcification” in the gross description / cassette summary. A decalcification charge present as a stain in CoPath. The decal charge is automatically linked to certain part-types such as bone .

    When the presence of calcium was not expected, such as in kidney, lung, prostate, or skin tissue but is revealed during trimming, a paraffin-embedded tissue can be "surface decalcified" prior to microtomy. Also, bone that has already been decalcified, may need more time in decal solution and surface decal may be employed in such cases as well. of ameloblasts was obtained from sections decalcified with Morse’s solution, 10% HCl, Plank-Rychlo’s solu-tion, and K-CX solution, and best retention of 28 S rRNA was obtained with 5% formic acid and Morse’s solution. We recommend Morse’s solution to decalcify tissues to be processed for the rapid analysis of specific RNA expression.

    sections cannot be achieved without loss of tissue, and require re-decalcification, which takes precious time. Ideally, the specimen should not be processed until decalcification is complete but as we know, many times the histologist is rushed by the pathologist or clinician to produce section in an inadequate period of time. Carol A. Filomena MD, Anupama K. Sharma MD and Swati Mehrotra MD Mr. Lang, a 77 year-old male with recently diagnosed lung adenocarcinoma, presents with a sacral mass. The oncologist requests tissue procurement for diagnosis and next generation sequencing (NGS) ancillary studies. The onsite cytopathologist receives 2 fine.


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Preparation of decalcified sections by E. B. Brain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Twenty-five years of experience qualifies this author to write such a book, and although preparation of decalcified sections book chief interest lies in the dental sciences, it in no way subtracts from the total application of the technical principles to any calcified tissues.

The Preparation of Decalcified Sections. Arch Otolaryngol. ;85(3)– doi/archotol Author: Jack D. Clemis, Betty Clark. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brain, E.B. (Edward B.). Preparation of decalcified sections. Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas [] (OCoLC) Decalcified sections are used for the examination of bone marrow and for the diagnosis of tumours, infections or for other purposes.

The specimens may be in the form of iliac crest trephines or bone pieces removed at operation (such as femoral heads) or dissected from amputation specimens.

The preparation of decalcified sections. By Edward B. Brain,F.I.I.P., F.R.P.S.; Research Fellow in Histology, Department of Dental Science, Royal College of.

The following sections are included: Introduction. Fixation. Decalcification. Methods of Decalcification. Acid method. Tiltration of End-Point of Decalcification. Preparation of 30% formic acid – Sodium citrate. Dehydration. Schedule for dehydration. Clearing. Clearing Agents. Xylene. Toluene.

Schedule for clearing. Clearing in mounting. Ground bone preparation reveals the mineralized components of the bone 2• Distributions of collagen fibers are only demonstrable in ground bone preparation where proper precautions have been taken to prevent the collagenous swelling3• Normally calcified frozen sections need different reagents and specialized microtome.

Decalcified section 1. DECALCIFIED SECTION By h kumar 2. content Definition Criteria for decalcification Structure of bone & tooth Fixation Decalcifying agents – Overview Decalcifying agents – Strong acids Decalcifying agents – Weak acids Decalcifying agents – Chelating agents Factors influencing the rate of decalcification Other techniques for.

Place the tissue in a 10% formic acid solution until tissue is determined to be decalcified. This could take anywhere from a few hours to several days. Use a large volume of solution to tissue. You should change the solution daily if the decalcification process takes more than one day.

() applied sectioning technique, histological stains, and plastination for both undecalcified and decalcified bones for the preparation of transparent decalcified bone sections.

In this study, we used decalcification and bulk plastination for preparation of plastinated bone prosections for teaching anatomy. Decalcification is a process by which inorganic calcium is removed from organic collagen matrix after fixation is done but before dehydration during the preparation of routine histological sections.

The calcium present in such tissue not only hamper section –cutting but may cause damage to the edge of microtome knife and hence to be removed. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Abstract.

Bone is among the hardest, most dense tissue encountered at the bench by histotechnologists. In order to achieve acceptable 3–6-μm sections of bone, the technologist surrounds and infiltrates the material with a media of relatively similar density to form a more homogenous construct.

Evaluation of decalcifying agent. Decalcification was assessed at four levels during the investigation. First, speed of decalcification was evaluated radiographically and physically (surgical blade); second, ease of sectioning during the microtome cut process; third, the morphological preservation by H&E staining, and fourth, the antigenic preservation by OPN.

The fluid should be changed and the tissue further decalcified. Formation of a precipitate after ammonium oxalate addition shows less calcium.

If the solution remains clear for 30 minutes after addition of the oxalate, the tissue is essentially calcium free.

Decalcified sections in the preparation are known to have the disadvantages of curling, wrinkling, slice thickness variations (Cano-Sanchez et al., ) and loss of tissue information (e.g. differentiation between mineralized and non-mineralized bone tissue).

In addition, decalcification, depending on the material, is very time consuming and. Several methods are available for making such sections, including plastic-embedded sectioning with a sliding microtome (see Chapter 14) and decalcified paraffin- or celloidin-embedded sectioning with routine rotary microtome or a sliding microtome.

Decalcified paraffin-embedded sectioning has been widely used because of its simplicity. The Impact of Decalcification on Staining. Today’s topic, we're going to be talking about staining and decalcification.

Specifically, the effect that decal has on the tissues that you get in the laboratory on a daily basis, and any of the downstream. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).

Book Review: The Preparation of Decalcified Sections. Herbert Stevens, HT (ASCP), Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn, Michigan July ;V(3) Automated Method for Deceration and Rehydration of Microscopic Slides.

Jean Williams, Rena S. Futch, Florida Department of National Resources, Marine Research Laboratory, St. Petersburg, Florida Methods and Protocols for Decalcification of Bone Material.

Calfor and XL-Cal Immuno Bone Decalcifier. Fixation: 10% Buffered Neutral Formalin for up to 5 days. All fixed specimens are washed in slowly running tap water for a minimum of 30 minutes. Preparation Instructions Ready to use.

Some change of color or an increase in Most mature bone sections of 1 cm size will decalcify in hours. Smaller cancellous bone only requires hours. Bone biopsies will 5. If a specimen is over decalcified, the nuclear staining can be improved by longer times in the.3.

Establishing decalcification end point. Well, the best way is to use X-ray. If it is unavailable - then you can just try to band the bone: if it is banding, then decalcification is ended.Decalcified definition: to remove calcium or lime from (bones, teeth, etc) | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.