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Description:Billie Swisher, H.T./H.T.L., a former CDC histotechnologist in the Experimental Pathology Branch, was shown here operating an automatic tissue processor, in order to prepare tissue for staining.
Histotechnologists prepare and stain tissue for the purpose of identifying bacteria, fungi, cancers, and tissue structure abnormalities that can then be diagnosed by a pathologist. Histotechnology is a dynamic profession with continually evolving technologies and methodologies.
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Creation Date:1983
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