Tissue inclusion systems are an invaluable tool in the field of anatomic pathology. These systems help clinicians collect and process tissues efficiently and safely. This, in turn, allows laboratory procedures to be performed with precision and reliable results for therapeutic decision-making. In addition, tissue inclusion systems also allow rapid access to test results for standardized processing and diagnosis. Ultimately, they are an invaluable tool in the practice of anatomic pathology.
The application of tissue inclusion systems in anatomic pathology enables disease-specific diagnosis, providing pathologists with the information they need for correct treatment. These systems are characterized by providing tissue inclusion in materials designed to protect the tissue from desiccation, thus allowing the preservation of individual tissues for accurate and reliable diagnoses. In addition, they also offer a high capacity for pattern detection and the evaluation and diagnosis of samples, helping to minimize variations in the quality of the result.