silver impregnation

sil·ver im·preg·na·tion

(sil'vĕr im'preg-nā'shŭn),
Silver complexes employed to demonstrate reticulin in normal and diseased tissues, as well as neuroglia, neurofibrils, argentaffin cells, and Golgi apparatus.

sil·ver im·preg·na·tion

(sil'vĕr im'preg-nā'shŭn)
Silver complexes employed to demonstrate reticulin in normal and diseased tissues, as well as neuroglia, neurofibrillae, argentaffin cells, and Golgi apparatus.
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Supply and service of an electromedical device for automated chromogenic in situ hybridization technique with silver impregnation - SISH - for the assessment of HER2 status, including rental of equipment, technical assistance and supply of the full-risk kit and all consumables needed for the making of 300 tests.
So that the images would present a magnification suitable for verifying the areas of silver impregnation, a 1 mm wide area in the depth of the cavity was captured at 150x.
The finding from the newly identified cross-over trial support the effectiveness of silver impregnating catheter over the catheter without the silver impregnation.
microbiologic cultures and h istochemical stains such as acid-fast and silver impregnation stains).
If numerous, they can be seen with hematoxylin-eosin stains, but may require periodic acid-Schiff, silver impregnation, or immunohistochemical stains for identification.
The resected mass was fixed with formalin and embedded in paraffin, and 4-[micro]m sections of the tumor were stained with hematoxylin-eosin, reticulin, Masson trichrome, periodic acid-Schiff, Masson-Fontana, and Sevier-Munger silver impregnations.