Recent technological developments: in situ histopathological interrogation of surgical tissues and resection margins

@article{Upile2007RecentTD,
  title={Recent technological developments: in situ histopathological interrogation of surgical tissues and resection margins},
  author={Tahwinder Upile and Cyril Fisher and Waseem K. Jerjes and Mohammed A El Maaytah and Sandeep U Singh and Holger Sudhoff and Adam E Searle and Daniel Archer and Leslie Michaels and Colin Hopper and Peter H. Rhys-Evans and David J Howard and Anthony Wright},
  journal={Head & Face Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={13 - 13}
}
OBJECTIVES The tumour margin is an important surgical concept significantly affecting patient morbidity and mortality. We aimed in this prospective study to apply the microendoscope on tissue margins from patients undergoing surgery for oral cancer in vivo and ex vivo and compare it to the gold standard "paraffin wax", inter-observer agreement was measured; also to present the surgical pathologist with a practical guide to the every day use of the microendoscope both in the clinical and… CONTINUE READING
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