volume 104, issue 3, P294-298 1995
DOI: 10.1093/ajcp/104.3.294
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S. W. Weiss, J. Willis, J. Jansen, J. Goldblum, L. Greenfield

Abstract: The authors studied the knowledge base of surgical faculty concerning frozen section consultations at a university hospital to determine whether it had any relationship to the appropriateness of frozen section requests. To accomplish this, the reasons for performing frozen sections during a 3-month period were analyzed, and those request that seemed ambiguous or inappropriate were identified. Simultaneously a 15-item questionnaire was distributed to faculty and housestaff dealing with factual information conce…

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