Dyeing: a simple method for detecting positive or negative surgical margins.
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Jan 01, 1995
Artists' pigments have been used in more than 150 radical prostatectomy specimens and many other malignant surgical specimens for detecting positive surgical margins. Their advantages are rapid drying, resistance to tissue processing, and the ability to mark many planes of excision simultaneously with different colors.
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