volume 7, issue S3, PS418-S423 2018
DOI: 10.21037/tcr.2017.08.12
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Melissa A. T. Monica, Luca Morandi, Maria P. Foschini

Abstract: Large sections (LSs), (synomim: macrosections), are used in daily routine practice of breast pathology to better investigate the disease and to allow a thorough diagnosis. It has been demonstrated that costs do not differ from conventional blocking and the turnaround time could be no longer than 24 hours. Immunohistochemistry or molecular studies are feasible by selecting areas of interest from LS and cutting them to obtain small conventional blocks. LSs are also employed in surgical pathology of various organ…

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