Selective use of electron microscopy in fine needle aspiration cytology.


The utility of electron microscopy (EM) applied to fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy specimens was analyzed in order to determine the role and the diagnostic contribution of the EM examination. A rapid stain (Diff-Quik) was used to obtain a preliminary diagnostic impression and to assure the adequacy of the EM specimen for problematic cases. Our… (More)


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