thin prep

thin prep

Hematology A regionally popular term for a 'standard' peripheral blood smear, which is relatively thick at one end and thin and 'feathered' at the other. Cf Thick prep, ThinPrep.
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FNA material was collected in Thin Prep cytolyt (TP, Hologic cytyc, Malborough, Massachusetts, USA) fixative for liquidbased, thin-layer preparations.
The malaria smear from peripheral blood was confirmed negative (thick and thin prep as well as wet mount).
Lab workers across Staffordshire, Birmingham, the Black Country and Worcestershire have converted to the latest liquid-based Thin Prep Pap Test to analyse cells from a woman's cervix.
The data from 21,752 patients compared the sensitivity and specificity rates of Thin Prep with conventional Pap for detecting abnormal histology.
This study suggests that follow-up cytology alone, using the sensitive Thin Prep technique, may efficiently segregate ASCUS cases according to risk of progression to HSIL, Dr.
This initiative has resulted in increased patient count, much of which comes in with only image directed thin prep requests that are reimbursed at less than the average revenue per patient.
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What I do instead is make a thin prep on a regular slide, cover slip, and read.
Over the course of a managed care lifetime, the Thin Prep Imaging System screening method is the most cost-effective screening strategy followed by ThinPrep alone, with total costs for these strategies being far less than the two strategies employing HPV DNA testing.
You cite Thin Prep reimbursement as an example of how the market is responding quickly to new technologies with adequate reimbursement.
This CPT code facilitates the reimbursement process for laboratories screening ThinPrep Pap Test slides utilizing the Thin Prep Imaging System.
Efficiency of Thin Prep Pap Test preparation of cervical smears: A 1,000 case investigation-sponsored study.