Sentinel lymph node (SLN) biopsy is the standard of care for the surgical assessment of the axilla during breast cancer surgery. However, the diagnostic accuracy of intraoperative frozen section analysis for confirming metastatic involvement of SLNs in cases of invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC) versus that of invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) has generated controversy secondary to a frequently low-grade cytologic appearance and an often discohesive pattern displayed by metastatic lymph nodes in ILC. In the current report, we present a comparison of intraoperative frozen section analysis for confirming the presence of metastatic disease within SLNs during breast cancer surgery for ILC and IDC. We evaluated the results of 131 consecutive cases of ILC from 1997 to 2008 and 133 cases of IDC (selected by a random sequence generator program) from amongst 1163 consecutive cases of IDC from the same time period. All cases had at least one SLN that had both intraoperative frozen section analysis and confirmatory
The present study was conducted to assess error rates with diagnosis using intra-operative frozen sections, and to indicate ways to increase overall performance. Over a period of two years, 227 cases were biopsied intra-operatively. Errors were observed in 14 cases. Four of these were sampling errors, one by a pathologist and three by surgeons. In seven cases incorrect interpretations were made. Epithelial dysplasia was observed on definitive histology in two cases which was not reported intra-operatively. One case was of ectopic thyroid. In cases of oral cancer where sentinel lymph nodes were sampled, immunohistochemistry for cytokeratin was performed to facilitate identification of micrometastasis. Only single case displayed tumor deposits which was not evident morphologically. Resection margins were reported in seventy eight cases. Some 18% (14/50) benefited from revision of margins; overall sensitivity of intra-operative frozen sections for marginal status was 71.4%, with a specificity of 90.3%.
OBJECTIVE: No thorough investigation of the diagnostic performance of frozen section analysis in predicting the final status of lymph nodes after exposure to concomitant chemoradiation (CT/RT) has been performed until now. The aim of the study was to analyze the accuracy of pelvic lymph node frozen section examination in a large, consecutive series of locally advanced cervical cancer (LACC) patients undergoing preoperative CT/RT. METHODS: A total of 123 consecutive LACC patients underwent preoperative CT/RT followed by radical hysterectomy according to Piver classification, with bilateral systematic pelvic lymphadenectomy. If pelvic nodes were intraoperatively defined as positive for tumor metastasis, para-aortic lymphadenectomy up to inferior mesenteric artery was carried out. The diagnostic performance of frozen section examination of pelvic lymph nodes was assessed by calculating the negative predictive value (NPV), the positive predictive value (PPV), specificity, sensitivity, and overall ...
ABSTRACT. Purpose: To evaluate the accuracy and limits of a frozen section analysis in our department in order to develop a quality control. Materials and methods: all frozen sections reported at our department between 1st January 2010 and 31st December 2010, have been retrospectively evaluated. The frozen section results were compared to permanent paraffin section results. Results: Frozen sections and final diagnosis agreed in 95% and disagreed in 5% (13 cases), 6.6% of the cases were deferred (17 cases). The most common pathological processes encountered were presence/typing of neoplasm (85.4%) and assessment of surgical margins (7.3%). Conclusion: The accuracy of frozen sections diagnosis at our department can be interpreted as comparable with the most international quality control series and is valuable to assist surgeons in their decision.. 1. INTRODUCTION. The frozen section (FS) is a pathological laboratory procedure in which intraoperative and immediate down results can guide the ...
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A frozen section examination of fresh tissue is available if an intraoperative provisional diagnosis is essential for immediate further management. Prior booking with the pathology laboratory at least 48 hours before operation time is required to ensure a pathologist is available. Out of hours enquiries regarding frozen sections should be directed to the on-call pathologist contact via PH: 9895 3473 or via switchboard.. For a frozen section examination the fresh tissue is sent immediately to the pathology laboratory in a labelled plain container with no fixative or formalin, accompanied by the request form. The request form should note the clinical and operative findings and also state a telephone number via which the frozen section result can be conveyed. The pathology laboratory should be notified on dispatch of the specimen from the procedure room. The pathologist performing the examination can be contacted on 9895 3477 during business hours or for out of hours enquiries please call 9895 3473 ...
BACKGROUND: Core needle biopsy (CNB) is widely used as the initial sampling method for breast cancer. And because frozen section (FS) diagnosis is rapid and reliable, we studied the diagnostic agreement between the diagnosis of FS of CNB and final diagnosis after surgery to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of the FS of CNB. METHODS: Of 409 patients who were preoperatively diagnosed by FS of CNB and who underwent final surgery from 1996 through 2000, 24 cases were found to be ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and 385 cases invasive carcinoma (IC). The diagnoses of FS of CNB were compared with final diagnoses. RESULTS: The diagnostic accuracy of carcinoma is 63.6% for DCIS and 86.9% for invasive carcinoma. Five cases (1.2%) could not be diagnosed because of material insufficiency for diagnosis. Twenty two cases (5.4%) were diagnosed as benign on FS, among which 20 (90.9%) were misdiagnosed by sampling error. Twenty seven cases (6.7%) were deferred on FS, 4 of these cases were DCIS, 5 were invasive ...
As I read this article, I wondered about all the cases in which the pathologist wrote something so vague that a discrepancy was virtually impossible. An example of such a frozen section diagnosis might be lesional tissue present, defer to permanents. This is sometimes a legitimate diagnosis and all the surgeon needs to know. I cannot believe that vague frozen section diagnoses like that are never rendered at the Cleveland Clinic. So, what happened to those cases in their study? Were those put in the nondescrepant category? If so, the study is only looking at cases where the neuropathologist tended to somewhat adventuresome in making a specific diagnosis at frozen section ...
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The effectiveness of intraoperative evaluation of SLN biopsy remains unclear [10-12]. This method is used to identify patients with metastatic SLNs during the primary surgery, enabling them to avoid a possible second operation. However, the examination rate of intraoperative frozen sections of SLN has been declining [13] for several reasons. First, the yield of the frozen section procedure is generally low, and it is even lower for certain low-risk patients. For example, when used to evaluate women aged ≥ 60 years with T1a, b tumors only 3%-8% are found to be positive by frozen biopsies [14]. Additionally, a review of currently available data revealed that the false-negative rate of intraoperative frozen sections of SLN was 14%-43% [15-21]. Moreover, patients with positive frozen biopsies of SLN who undergo immediate ALND may require reoperation, many for tumorinvolved resection margins [22]. Finally, the ACOSOG Z0011 trial found that a significant proportion of patients, including women with ...
To assess the sensitivity and positive predictive value (PPV) of intraoperative frozen section diagnosis of the borderline tumor of ovary (BTO).A retrospective analysis and comparison were done respec...
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The Pathology Institute diagnoses patients at the ukb using microscopic analysis of tissue samples, surgical specimens and aspirates. We use innovative histological, immunohisotological and molecular biological methods. The diagnoses we provide contributes to the successful treatment of patients in all disciplines. The services of the Institute encompasses almost the entire diagnostic spectrum of pathology. The pathologists are part of an interdisciplinary team of the tumour conference that determines the therapeutic approach to patients with malignant tumours. The tumour conference is led by the Director of the Pathology Institute. The Institute is an integral part of the Head Neck and Tumour Centre of the ukb. Among its other services, the Institute also provides intraoperative frozen section analyses which supply essential information to the surgeon. The Institute also performs autopsies to find underlying illness and cause of death. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Intramedullary neurilemomas of the spinal cord. T2 - Report of two cases and review of the literature. AU - Ross, Donald (Don). AU - Edwards, M. S B. AU - Wilson, C. B.. PY - 1986. Y1 - 1986. N2 - Two patients harboring intramedullary neurilemomas of the spinal cord are presented. Published reports of these rare lesions and possible mechanisms of their origin are reviewed. Based on the authors experience and review of the literature, they think that the treatment of choice for these rare lesions is laminectomy and resection and that intraoperative frozen section diagnosis is essential. Incorrect interpretation of the biopsy material that suggests an original diagnosis of infiltrating glioma, perhaps because a neurilemoma was not expected, has made second operations necessary.. AB - Two patients harboring intramedullary neurilemomas of the spinal cord are presented. Published reports of these rare lesions and possible mechanisms of their origin are reviewed. Based on the authors ...
The poor performance of preoperative imaging in predicting tumor area in HER2-positive breast cancer may raise a question regarding the increase in positive margin rates or secondary operation for margin clearance in patients with HER2-positive breast cancer. Indeed, the relationship of imaging-pathologic size was least correlated in the HER2-positive subtype. This provided a rationale for the highest rate of positive margin as 23.2% in the HER2-positive subtype. The difference in re-excision rate was not significant between the subtypes, which might be largely attributable to the intraoperative frozen section examination that enables further resection in case of intraoperative-positive margins. If the intraoperative margin assessment is not performed, the correlation between imaging and pathologic size may result in increased secondary operation as margin clearance. In addition, our result is concordant with those of the study by Baek et al. [22] where HER2 overexpression was shown to cause ...
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Grossly, during intra-operative frozen section consultation, 2 pieces of tissue measuring 1.3 cm and 1 cm in largest dimension were received. The subtotal resection specimen comprised multiple pieces of tissue measuring 7x3x1 cm was submitted to the laboratory. The smears performed intra-operatively were cellular comprising predominantly lymphocytes and plasma cells associated with histiocytes. Significantly, some histiocytes displayed a characteristic feature as shown in Fig. 1b which was diagnostically helpful. The frozen tissue sections revealed an inflammatory mass (Fig. 1c) with areas of fibrosis; however the feature as depicted in Fig. 2 on the smears was not evident. Paraffin sections of the frozen section tissue and additional tissue revealed an inflammatory mass composed of lymphocytes, plasma cells and histiocytes (Fig. 1d) extending from the dura to the leptomeninges, replicating the features seen in the smear and frozen tissue sections. Marked fibrosis was present in some areas. ...
The objective of our study was to evaluate the accuracy of frozen section (FS) in borderline ovarian tumours (BOT) and to define the factors associated with misdiagnosis during FS evaluation. We performed a retrospective review of patients who underwent exploratory laparotomy for an adnexal mass, from January 2007 to July 2012, at a tertiary oncology centre in Turkey. Patients with a diagnosis of BOT either in FS or in permanent pathology were identified. Agreement between FS diagnosis and permanent histology was observed in 37/59 patients (62.7%), which gave a sensitivity and a positive predictive value of 71.2% and 84.1%, respectively. In patients with a diagnosis of BOT by frozen section only (n = 44), the diagnosis was consistent with permanent histopathology in 37/44 patients (84.1%). Frozen section interpreted a malignant tumour as BOT (under-diagnosis) in 6/44 (13.6%) of cases and interpreted a benign lesion as BOT (over-diagnosis) in 1/44 (2.3%) of cases. Slide review of discrepant cases ...
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2005 12:03 AM Subject: [Histonet] h&e staining on frozen sections Hi all-- I have a problem that has plagued me for years, and is particularly annoying right now because I am trying to move entirely away from doing wax sections to frozen sections (for better preservation of antigens, ease of processing, etc.). I study mouse developmental biology, and I always like to stain one section from every block I process by standard H&E techniques. On wax sections, these are always nice, but on frozen they are invariably dreadful. For frozen sections, I first fix the tissues 1-4 hrs in 4% PFA/PBS, then treat overnight with 30% sucrose/PBS and embed in OCT. My students and I usually get really nice frozen sections, from 8-12 microns depending on what we want to look at, and typically we analyze by fluorescent microscopy or in situ hybridization. Whenever we do H&E staining, though, we get all this artifactual shrinking of the tissue, presumably due to the subsequent dehydration, ...
Address correspondence and reprint requests to Kenneth D. Hatch, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Arizona College of Medicine, 1501 N, Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ. E-mail: khatch{at}obgyn.arizona.edu; Wenxin Zheng, MD, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 6000 Harry Hines Blvd, NB6.408 Dallas, TX. E-mail: Wenxin.Zheng{at}UTSouthwestern.edu ...
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Laura, Yes, frozen section followed by immediate mastectomy was the standard of care up through at least the early 80s. It worked well on the fairly large, definite masses that were the standard. It also ensured that fresh tissue was available for ER/PR studies, that in those days were actually biochemical assays, not IHC stains. I wrote a paper back then (Raff LJ: Frozen Section Needle Biopsies of the Breast, A Technique of Limited Usefulness. Breast. 8:11-13, 1982) questioning the usefulness of frozen sections on core biopsies. The reasons frozen section of the breast have fallen out of favor are: 1. The popularity of needle biopsies and aspirates in diagnosis of breast lesions 2. The fact that many early, mammographicaly detected, breast lesions lack a definite mass and would be difficult to freeze. 3. Freezing can obscure detail needed for the diagnosis of some subtle lesions. 4. The desirability of allowing the patient to receive the results of their biopsy and have input into the ...
Results A total of 155 consecutive patients underwent intraoperative FS procedure, and 110 of those cases had TPC available for review. TPC was diagnostic or contributory to FS diagnosis in 97 (88%) cases, and non-contributory in 13 cases, mainly due to low or inadequate cellularity. TPC provided useful information regarding tumour subtyping, but it was less sensitive in the diagnosis of mucinous neoplasms and was less specific in the assessment of bronchial resection margins. In granulomatous lesions with or without necrosis, TPC was diagnostic in 10 (91%) cases. In five cases (including four cases of tuberculosis), TPC was the only diagnostic tool since FS was not completed. In conclusion, TPC showed high sensitivity and specificity rates and was contributory to FS diagnosis of pulmonary lesions. TPC provides a fast, less-expensive method of diagnosis, utilises a minimal amount of tissue, and can save processing of fresh frozen tissues in certain situations such as tuberculous lesions. ...
Results A total of 155 consecutive patients underwent intraoperative FS procedure, and 110 of those cases had TPC available for review. TPC was diagnostic or contributory to FS diagnosis in 97 (88%) cases, and non-contributory in 13 cases, mainly due to low or inadequate cellularity. TPC provided useful information regarding tumour subtyping, but it was less sensitive in the diagnosis of mucinous neoplasms and was less specific in the assessment of bronchial resection margins. In granulomatous lesions with or without necrosis, TPC was diagnostic in 10 (91%) cases. In five cases (including four cases of tuberculosis), TPC was the only diagnostic tool since FS was not completed. In conclusion, TPC showed high sensitivity and specificity rates and was contributory to FS diagnosis of pulmonary lesions. TPC provides a fast, less-expensive method of diagnosis, utilises a minimal amount of tissue, and can save processing of fresh frozen tissues in certain situations such as tuberculous lesions. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Intraoperative Consultation and Macroscopic Handling. AU - Verrill, Clare. AU - Perry-Keene, Joanna. AU - Srigley, John R.. AU - Zhou, Ming. AU - Humphrey, Peter A.. AU - Lopez-Beltran, Antonio. AU - Egevad, Lars. AU - Ulbright, Thomas M.. AU - Tickoo, Satish K.. AU - Epstein, Jonathan I.. AU - Compérat, Eva. AU - Berney, Daniel M.. PY - 2018. Y1 - 2018. N2 - The International Society of Urological Pathology held a conference on issues in testicular and penile pathology in Boston in March 2015, which included a presentation by the testis macroscopic features working group. The presentation focused on current published guidance for macroscopic handling of testicular tumors and retroperitoneal lymph node dissections with a summary of results from an online survey of members preceding the conference. The survey results were used to initiate discussions, but decisions on practice were made by expert consensus rather than voting. The importance of comprehensive assessment at the time ...
Intraoperative frozen section interpretation is the base for treatment for the patient within the operating room. It requires immediate answer for the surgeons specific question and the subsequent consequences are frequently irreversible. The pathologist should be very familiar with the related
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Buy, download and read Frozen Section Library: Lymph Nodes ebook online in PDF format for iPhone, iPad, Android, Computer and Mobile readers. Author: Cherie H. Dunphy. ISBN: 9781461412533. Publisher: Springer New York. The Frozen Section Library series provides concise, user-friendly, site specific handbooks that are well illustrated and highlight the pitfalls, artifacts and differential diagnosis issues that arise
I havent been in your situation. In my case ovarian cancer was diagnosed from CT scan and CA125 test 4 months before I had surgery. No one told me about any interim frozen section biopsy and the only document Ive seen about 2 weeks after surgery was full pathology report showing high grade ovarian adenocarcinoma stage 3C .. Theoretically speaking results of full pathology could be different from frozen section biopsy, otherwise why would they be doing it at all? Easier said than done, but have patience and hope that report comes back negative for cancer.. I wish you best of luck! ...
This review identifies frozen section artifacts created during Mohs surgical techniques, marking and orientation of tissue, tissue mounting and processing, slide preparation, and deposition (foreign body) artifacts. It discusses ways to prevent such changes and illustrates examples of artifacts in frozen section preparation.
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TY - JOUR. T1 - The role of intraoperative frozen section histology in obstetrical brachial plexus reconstruction. AU - Murji, Ally. AU - Redett, Richard J.. AU - Hawkins, Cynthia E.. AU - Clarke, Howard M.. PY - 2008/4/1. Y1 - 2008/4/1. N2 - The use of frozen section histological analysis in primary obstetrical brachial plexus palsy reconstruction, though widespread, is not universally practiced. Our objective was to develop a histological grading scale that could be used to determine whether further resection of a microscopically suboptimal, though grossly satisfactory stump could lead to a measurable improvement in histological appearance. A 13-point grading tool assessing attributes of the epineurium, perineurium, and endoneurium was tested for interrater reliability. The histological appearance of initial nerve biopsies and of subsequent nerve reexcisions stained with toluidine blue was reviewed retrospectively (n = 52). Specimens were graded in a blinded fashion by a neuropathologist and a ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - The intraoperative examination of axillary sentinel nodes. AU - Viale, G.. PY - 2000. Y1 - 2000. N2 - Routine histological examination of axillary sentinel nodes predicts the nonsentinel axillary node status and may allow to spare axillary clearing in patients with breast cancer. To avoid the need for two separate surgical sessions the results of sentinel node examination should be known intraoperatively. Routine frozen section examination of sentinel nodes, however, is liable to yield false-negative results. An extensive intraoperative examination of frozen sentinel nodes which would attain a sensitivity comparable to that obtained by routine histological analysis has been therefore devised. The frozen sentinel nodes are subserially sectioned at 50 μm intervals. For each level one section is stained with hematoxylin and eosin (H and E) and the other immunostained for cytokeratins using a rapid immunocytochemical assay. Immunocytochemistry did not increase the sensitivity of the ...
Background: The ovaries can be the site for various primary tumors and also the presenting site of metastatic disease. Quick and correct intraoperative diagnosis is crucial for the patients further management. The aim of this study was to demonstrate the advantages of the combined diagnostic method - ovarian frozen sections in conjunction with cytologic smears. Methods: From June 2016 to June 2017, we prospectively prepared additional two cytologic smears with Diff-Quik stain on ovarian frozen sections comprised of two hematoxylin and eosin sections. For quality assurance purposes, we compared the results of frozen section discrepancies and deferrals with those that of the previous year from June 2015 to June 2016. Results: With the introduction of cytologic smears to ovarian frozen sections, the number of discrepancies and deferrals combined decreased from 13.75% to 7.85%. The most benefit of smears was observed in primary ovarian malignancies. Conclusions: In the setting where all the members of the
Telepathology:. Evans AJ, Chetty R, Clarke BA, Croul S, Ghazarian DM, Kiehl TR, Perez-Ordonez, Ilaalagan S, Asa SL. Primary frozen section diagnosis by robotic microscopy and virtual slide telepathology: The University Health Network Experience. Hum Pathol, 40 (8):1070-1081, August 2009 (Special section on telepathology- Dr. R. Weinstein ed).. Evans AJ, Kiehl TR, Croul S. Frequently asked questions concerning the use of whole-slide imaging telepathology for neuropathology frozen sections. Sem Diag Pathol, 27(3):160-166, 2010.. Translational Research in Kidney and Prostate Cancer:. Evans AJ, Russell RC, Roche O, Burry TN, Fish JE, Chow VWK, Kim WY, Saravanan A, Maynard MA, Gervais ML, Sufan RI, Roberts AM, Wilson LA, Betten M, Vandewalle C, Berx G, Marsden P, Irwin MS, Teh BT, Jewett MAS, Ohh M. VHL promotes E2 Box-dependent E-cadherin transcription by HIF-mediated regulation of SIP1 and Snail. Mol Cell Biol, 27 (1):157-169, 2007. Youssef Y, White NMA, Grigull J, Krizova A, Samy C, Meja-Guerrera, ...
Recommendation: The clinical presentation is consistent with a cold thyroid gland nodule. The possibility of malignancy is not excluded based on normal thyroid gland function. The workup of such thyroid gland nodules evolved over the past decade. Currently, an ultrasound-guided fine needle biopsy is recommended. The results of the cytology can guide the treatment: observation is recommended for a macrofollicular pattern or clear benign colloid pattern, while surgery is recommended for microfollicular pattern or clear evidence of carcinoma.. The extent of surgery is dictated by the histology as well: a hemithyroidectomy is reasonable if the needle biopsy was not diagnostic of carcinoma but showed a microfollicular pattern. In such a case, it is recommended to perform frozen section histopathology examination of the surgical specimen and proceed to total or subtotal thyroidectomy if cancer was found on the frozen section diagnosis. On the other hand, a total or subtotal thyroidectomy is ...
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COMMENT: Histologic sections of the entirely submitted rectosigmoid segment demonstrate distal aganglionosis consistent with Hirschsprung disease in the distal approximately *** cm of the specimen. Proximal to that, there is an approximately *** cm segment with hypoganglionosis and neural hypertrophy, consistent with the transition zone. The most proximal *** cm of the specimen contains well-formed ganglion cells within both neural plexi. The frozen section diagnoses have been confirmed.. Last updated: June 30, 2020. ...
The incidence of testis cancer has increased by 40% in the last four decades particularly in men younger than 35 years, a patient population that is at the peak of their reproductive age which prompts many doctors to consider organ-sparing options.. Patient assessment for organ-sparing in testis cancer is crucial, and patient and history taking is very important not only in the diagnosis of testis cancer, but also in patient selection for an organ-sparing option (OSS), said Z. Kopa (HU) in an update lecture on testis cancer during the 15th Central European Meeting held in Budapest.. There are strong arguments for organ-sparing such as the high accuracy in frozen section examination (FSE) which is around 100%, and the increasing attention paid to the cosmetic, functional, and psychological outcomes of patients with testicular tumours, added Kopa, although he noted that the literature lacks studies with a high level of evidence in comparing OSS with radical surgery.. He also cited the EAU ...
The coexistence of hematological malignancy with endometrial cancer is a rare phenomenon. We report a case of coexistence of endometrial cancer with follicular lymphoma which we suspected preoperatively and diagnosed during surgery by a multidisciplinary intraoperative assessment. A 67-year-old woman was referred to our hospital due to a suspicion of an endometrial cancer. Endometrial biopsy revealed grade 1 endometrioid adenocarcinoma. MRI showed invasion of the tumor into the outer half of the myometrium, and abdominal CT showed para-aortic and atypical mesentery lymphadenopathy which was suspected to be metastasis of endometrial cancer or malignant lymphoma. Abdominal hysterectomy with bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, pelvic and para-aortic lymphadenectomy, partial omentectomy, and mesentery lymph node biopsy for endometrial cancer were performed. The mesentery and para-aortic lymph nodes that were sent for frozen section analysis showed no metastasis of the endometrial cancer. We simultaneously
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In the late nineteenth century anatomists claimed a new technique-slicing frozen corpses into sections-translated the three-dimensional complexity of the human body into flat, visually striking, and unprecedentedly accurate images. Traditionally hostile to visual aids, elite anatomists controversially claimed frozen sections had replaced dissection as the true anatomy. Some obstetricians adopted frozen sectioning to challenge anatomists authority and reform how clinicians made and used pictures. To explain the successes and failures of the technique, this article reconstructs the debates through which practitioners learned to make and interpret, to promote or denigrate frozen sections in teaching and research. Focusing on Britain, the author shows that attempts to introduce frozen sectioning into anatomy and obstetrics shaped and were shaped by negotiations over the epistemological standing of hand and eye in ...
Frozen section (FS) interpretation is one of the most challenging tasks in the field of pathology. The role of the pathologist in interpreting central nervous system (CNS) frozen sections along with clinico-radiological correlation is to assist the neurosurgeon in making the most accurate judgment regarding the nature of the CNS lesion. This enables the surgeon to decide further management on the operation table, in addition to determining the adequacy of the submitted tissue for diagnosis.1-4 In some centers, pathologists only employ cytology smears prepared by the squash method, while others employ both cytology and frozen sections.5,6. The soft consistency of most primary CNS neoplasms facilitates the preparation of smears, and smear cytology has been used with great success for the intraoperative diagnosis of CNS neoplasms,7-11 especially astrocytomas, oligodendrogliomas, and small round cell tumors.6. Frozen sections are mainly useful for the more firm, rubbery neoplasms such as ...
One of my relatives was diagnosed with |b|cancer of the left kidney|/b|. The kidney has been removed three days back. The frozen section analysis revealed renal clear cell carcinoma. The histopathological report is awaited. What is clear cell carcinoma? Is it the more aggressive type or relatively milder? Can you please clarify this clear cell terminology?
Neuropathology handles each year approximately 800 neurosurgical specimens from Stanford University Medical Center (SUMC), and an additional 600 consultation specimens from outside of SUMC, including over 300 muscle biopsies from SUMC and non-SUMC patients; the service also is responsible for approximately 250 brain examinations annually. Duties will include sign-out responsibilities in surgical and autopsy neuropathology, including frozen section analysis, but the amount of time spent on clinical responsibilities will be greater if the individual is appointed in the Medical Center Line than for one appointed into the University Tenure Line. It is expected that the successful candidate will serve as the participating neuropathologist on program and core grants in the area of neurodegenerative disorders. If the successful candidate is in the Medical Center Line, she or he also will contribute to the expansion of our diagnostic services in neuropathology to those outside of SUMC, through our ...
It is not unusual to have considerable difficulty in proving the presence or absence of a malignant tumor deep in the head of the pancreas that is producing an obstructive jaundice. A surgeon is often reluctant to mobilize the head of the pancreas adequately and to carry out a biopsy to prove the presence of tumor because of potential complications, such as hemorrhage or a pancreatic fistula and because of the poor accuracy of frozen section in differentiating between adenocarcinoma and chronic pancreatitis. A transduodenal needle biopsy is utilized by some to obtain sufficient material for frozen-section diagnosis. Proof of the diagnosis may not be possible before proceeding with pancreaticoduodenectomy. The surgeon must use his judgment to establish a reasonable diagnosis based on the gross findings. If the lesion is not resectable and palliation is to be provided by such surgical procedures as cholecystoenterostomy and gastroenterostomy, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy, then microscopic proof ...
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Permanent sections. The specimen is put into a fluid called a fixative for several hours, depending on the specimen type; the fixed specimen is put into a machine which removes the water from the specimen, and replaces it with paraffin wax. The paraffin-impregnated specimen is embedded into a larger section of molten paraffin, and solidified by chilling. A machine called a microtome cuts thin sections of the paraffin block containing the biopsy specimen. The sections are then placed on a glass slide and dipped into a series of stains or dyes to change the color of the tissue. The color makes cells more distinctive when viewed under a microscope . ...
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The high expression of metabolic enzymes, including glutaminase (GA) and lactate dehydrogenase A (LDHA), which contribute to bioenergetics and biosynthesis of mammalian cells, has been identified in a variety of cancer types. The current study indicated intratumoral heterogeneity with respect to protein expression of the metabolic enzymes in colorectal cancer (CRC). GA protein expression was determined using immunohistochemistry in 98 cases of surgically resected T3 CRC. A total of 75 cases (74%) exhibited moderate to strong immunopositivity of GA based on whole‑section examination. A significant correlation was demonstrated between GA expression and clinicopathological features, including histological type and tumor budding in a patient population. Detailed histological analysis revealed the upregulation of GA protein expression at the invasive margin, including tumor budding of CRC tissues. Semi‑quantitative examination revealed a significant difference in immunoexpression level of GA ...
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Virologic failure was defined as two consecutive plasma HIV-1 RNA measures greater than 400 copies/milliliter (mL) separated by at least 2 to 4 week. The percentage of participants not meeting the virologic failure definition was estimated with stratification by the six randomization strata using Mantel-Haenszel weights and the missing/discontinuation equals failure (MD=F) analysis. Missing/discontinuation values were considered failures ...
Solvent Blue 35 is predominantly used for staining triglycerides in animal tissues (frozen sections). With the use of certain solvents, may also be used to stain some protein bound lipids in paraffin sections. ...
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