IFSE

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IFSEInstitute of Food Science and Engineering (University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Fayetteville, AR)
IFSEInternational Federation of Science Editors
IFSEInternational Federation of Stock Exchanges (finance)
IFSEInternational Food Service Equipment Ltd. (London, England, UK)
IFSEIntraoperative Frozen Section Examination (surgical oncology)
IFSEInternational Fire Safety Expo
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The procedure has additional hazard of seeding of the tract with tumour and fistula formation.17 Intraoperative frozen section examination is the best modality for differentiating XCG and GBC which can avoid radical surgery and associated complications for benign disease.18-19 Immunohistochemistry along with frozen section is highly sensitive in differentiating between the two conditions.20 With regard to the treatment of XCG, surgeon must show skepticism with advanced GBC.
Routine intraoperative frozen section examination must be applied in all patients with an increased risk of malignancy in a thyroid nodule (15,16,17).
In our context, the lack of intraoperative frozen section examination and the weak realization of fine-needle aspiration cytology make these cancers most often diagnosed on a specimen of lobectomy with isthmusectomy [10].
One such option to possibly minimise morbidity with both surgical and CRT modalities is the use of intraoperative frozen section examination (FSE) of all the LNs [5].
Wang et al., "Routine Intraoperative Frozen Section Examination to Minimize Bimodal Treatment in Early-Stage Cervical Cancer," International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, vol.
Intraoperative frozen section examination results indicated the presence of a spindle cell tumor.
On intraoperative frozen section examination, spindle cells with no pleomorphism and adipose tissue were seen inside the lesion.
Intraoperative frozen section examination is an efficient method for exclusion of GBC.
Biopsies via a ureteroscope prior to surgery or intraoperative frozen section examination, which yielded the diagnosis of amyloidosis, could help avoid unnecessary surgery.
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