[Conventional histological diagnostics in coloproctology].


With the introduction of immunohistochemical methods, histopathological diagnosis based on formalin fixed, paraffin embedded tissue in coloproctology has substantially improved. In recent years, the routine use of immunohistochemistry for S100, cathepsin D and a picrosirius red staining has proven to be sufficient for the diagnosis of hypoganglionosis of… (More)


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