and eosin stain of cardiac biopsy showing metastatic papillary renal cell carcinoma infiltrating the myocardium, magnification 400x.
Frozen section examination of right testicular biopsy (A, hematoxylin
and eosin[H&E], original magnification x 40) and its control stain (B, H&E, original magnification x 200) demonstrating dense fibrocollagenous tissue and a mixed inflammatory infiltrate with prominent capillary network.
Histologic evaluation with hematoxylin
and cosin staining revealed a spindle-cell-type malignancy that originated in the dermis and extended down into the subcutaneous fat and muscle (figure 2).
2: Tumour cells presented pleomorphic, atypical hyperplasia and mitotic figures in some regions, hematoxylin
and eosin x400.
The absence of hematoxylin
bodies and neutrophils, the near-absence of plasma cells, and a tendency toward more widespread necrosis are important factors in distinguishing Kikuchi's disease from SLE.
Sections were then counterstained in Meyer's hematoxylin
(Fisher Scientific, Pittsburgh, PA).
In general, however, sections prepared by CTPM exhibited brighter staining with eosin and stronger reaction with hematoxylin
and eosin--stained histologic sections of the lung segments showed an extensive multifocal infiltration of lymphocytes, histiocytes, and some scattered multinuclear giant cells within the framework of proliferated connective tissue and collagen fibers of the cavernous lesions.
Microscopic examination with hematoxylin
and eosin staining revealed that the lesion contained large vessels with cystically dilated lumina, which were filled with erythrocytes and fibrous tissue interspersed between these vessels (figure 2).
After embedding in paraffin wax, 4-[micro]m sections were stained with hematoxylin
One audience member agreed with this point, noting that permanent hematoxylin
and eosin stains and the frozen section margins that are taken with Mohs surgery for SCC make it difficult for pathologists to identify perineural invasion.
The slides were washed as above, developed with diaminobenzidine (Dako), and counterstained with hematoxylin