Measuring and reporting errors in surgical pathology. Lessons from gynecologic cytology.

@article{Renshaw2001MeasuringAR,
  title={Measuring and reporting errors in surgical pathology. Lessons from gynecologic cytology.},
  author={Andrew A Renshaw},
  journal={American journal of clinical pathology},
  year={2001},
  volume={115 3},
  pages={
          338-41
        }
}
Substantial improvements in measuring and reporting errors in gynecologic cytology have been made during the last decade. Measuring and reporting errors in surgical pathology recently has gained renewed interest. However, review of current literature demonstrates mistakes in how these data are measured and reported. Error rates have been reported from review of consecutive material, biopsy material, and consultation material and range from 0.25% to 43%. Errors have been divided into anatomic… CONTINUE READING

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