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The National Society For Histotechnologv (NSH) defines histology as a "science dealing with the structure of cells and their formation into tissues and organs." and within that science, histotechnology "centers on the detection of tissue abnormalities and treatment for the diseases causing the abnormalities." Histotechnicians cut sections of tissues.
The application of glycol methacrylate in histotechnology; some fundamental principles.
Grizzle, "Introduction to the theory and practice of fixation of tissues," Journal of Histotechnology, vol.
Hrapchak, Theory and Practice of Histotechnology, Battelle Press, 2nd edition, 1980.
As such, it is imperative that HTLs are adequately educated in the theory as well as the practice of histotechnology.
3.Freida CL, Hladik C, Histotechnology; A self instructional text (3rd ed),2009.
These include AABB, AACC, American Association of Pathology Assistants, American College of Microbiology, American Society for Cytopathology, American Society for Hematology, CLMA, and National Society for Histotechnology. In addition, there is one public member, for a total of twenty five.
(1992) Laboratory methods in histotechnology. American Registry of Pathology, Washington DC, 53-58.
Also moving into MIF #3 are the Interservice Cytotechnology Program and the Interservice Histotechnology Program.