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Marginal strip intraoperative margin control in periocular tumour excision surgery

17 Feb, 2020 uploaded   /    227 views

This narrated video demonstrates the use of the ‘marginal strip’ for intraoperative margin control during periocular tumour excision surgery 다운로드. The marginal strip is a thin strip of tissue that is excised separately from the main tumour specimen and immediately examined histopathologically to confirm the margin is clear before reconstruction 다운로드. It provides the opportunity for en-face tumour examination, rather than ‘bread loaf’ slicing of the specimen. In en-face examination the whole surface is examined, giving much greater confidence that the margin is truly clear, compared to breadloaf slicing in which as little as 10% of the edge is actually examined 다운로드.

The video show how to excise the strip as well as covering labelling of the strip and shows histopathological slides of the tumour specimen and the clear marginal strip 드라마 시티헌터 다운로드.

This video has been prepared by Dr Hanbin Lee, ophthalmologist, Sussex Eye Hospital and the histopathological slides and expertise provided by Dr Mara Quante  and Dr Michael Koenig, histopathologists, Brighton and Sussex University Hospital 다운로드.

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One response to “Marginal strip intraoperative margin control in periocular tumour excision surgery”

  1. Max says:

    This only tells you if the edge is clear, not the deep margin (under the main tumour)!

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