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Cell block cytology. Improved preparation and its efficacy in diagnostic cytology.
Cell blocks prepared from residual tissue fluids and fine-needle aspirations can be useful adjuncts to smears for establishing a more definitive cytopathologic diagnosis. They can be particularlyExpand
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The effect of a soap promotion and hygiene education campaign on handwashing behaviour in rural India: a cluster randomised trial
Objective  To investigate the effectiveness of a hygiene promotion intervention based on germ awareness in increasing handwashing with soap on key occasions (after faecal contact and before eating)Expand
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Improved alcohol-fixed smears of fine-needle aspirates for cytology of breast and other palpable lesions.
  • N. A. Nathan
  • Medicine
  • American journal of clinical pathology
  • 1 June 1993
The application of fine-needle aspiration cytology for the diagnosis of solid lesions is well-established. Its sensitivity as a diagnostic tool for both benign and malignant lesions can varyExpand
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INTRACELLULAR ACIDIC MUCINS AND THEIR IDENTIFICATION IN DIAGNOSTIC CYTOLOGY
Summary Exfoliative, abrasive and aspiration cytology are increasingly relied upon for tissue diagnosis of tumours. The established histological stains for the differentiation of mucin andExpand
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COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF DIAGNOSTIC CYTOLOGICAL FEATURES OF MALIGNANCY IN GMA SECTIONS, PARAFFIN SECTIONS AND SMEARS
&NA; A quantitative evaluation of glycol methacrylate (GMA) embedded sections in the cytological assessment of body fluids is reported for the first time. The technique is compared with routineExpand