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Interpretation of Commonly Used Histochemical Stain in the Routine Histology Lab

Recorded On: 09/15/2021

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There are commonly used histochemical staining techniques performed in the routine Histology laboratory on a daily basis. This presentation will be a basic review of these stains and the staining mechanisms. We will identify the stains and discuss the reagents. We will address some trouble shooting basics and also some of the clinical indicators for the ordering of these stains. The stains discussed in this presentation will be: connective tissue stains, microorganism stains, carbohydrate stains and exogenous/endogenous pigment stains. This will be a nice review if one is preparing for the certification exam. There will be much information discussed.

CEUs: This histology course is worth 1 continuing education credit. Course is available for 365 days from date of purchase.   

Linda McDonald

HT(ASCP)

Cleveland Clinic

Histology Laboratory Manager

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Interpretation of Commonly Used Histochemical Stain in the Routine Histology Lab
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Open to view video. Learning Objectives: 1) Identification of commonly used histochemical stains presented. 2) An overview of the basic staining mechanisms of the histochemical stains presented Limited troubleshooting/ancillary discussion of the stain. 3) There will be discussion of some clinical indications for the stain being ordered by a Pathologist.
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Interpretation of Commonly Used Histochemical Stain in the Routine Histology Lab
1.00 CEUs credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 CEUs credit  |  Certificate available