How tissue processor technology improves pathology diagnosis

Modern technology is rapidly changing the way diseases are diagnosed and treated. Technological advances have enabled the development of a new tool for diagnostic medicine: Tissue Processors (TP). This diagnostic tool allows physicians to more accurately and clearly visualize the tissues and organs of the human body, which has enabled early and accurate diagnosis of diseases and medical disorders. This article will explore how PTs improve the diagnosis of pathology.

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How tissue processors work

Tissue processors are used to create thin sections or images of tissue for visualization and study. The tissue is placed in a special chamber containing different colored microphotographic inks. Once inside, the tissue is wetted with a very fine solution to prevent it from being discarded during processing. Through an air tube, a jet of pressurized air is supplied to the chamber, allowing the fabric to be forced through a very small orifice. The pressure and air flow rate are adjusted to achieve the thinnest possible tissue sections, typically less than 5 microns thick.

Once the tissue is passed through the orifices, the information collected is processed using the PT software. This allows physicians to analyze and evaluate the images more accurately and systematically. The software used in PT enables researchers to extract tissue information more quickly, allowing them to identify and diagnose abnormal patterns that were not previously visible to the naked eye. This enables early and early diagnosis of chronic diseases, significantly increasing survival rates.

Clinical Applications of Tissue Processors

Tissue processors have a wide range of applications in disease diagnosis. For example, they are widely used for the detection of development and progression of diseases such as cancer, inflammatory and neurodegenerative diseases, among others. Some PTs have also been used to aid complex cytopathological diagnoses, such as breast cancer, rectal colon cancer and glioma. This allows non-clinical medical professionals to obtain complete and detailed information about tissues more accurately, greatly expanding the possibilities for accurate diagnoses.

In summary, tissue processors have revolutionized diagnostic medicine by enabling practitioners to obtain more detailed and accurate information about human tissues. This tool has enabled practitioners to diagnose critical diseases more accurately and earlier, significantly increasing survival rates. This tool provides valuable information to surgeons, specialists and other medical professionals in the evaluation of tissues while improving diagnosis by anatomopathology.