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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 4: Sections of endocervical curettage specimens prepared with the collodion bag technique. (a) Tissue fragments are concentrated and contained within the collodion bag visualized as an eosinophilic rim surrounding the tissue. (b) Example of breakage in collodion bag that results in tissue spillage and an area of tissue detection failure. The red vertical line divides the area scanned at high resolution (right) and area skipped for scanning (left). A fragment of missed tissue is marked by the red free-form line

Figure 4: Sections of endocervical curettage specimens prepared with the collodion bag technique. (a) Tissue fragments are concentrated and contained within the collodion bag visualized as an eosinophilic rim surrounding the tissue. (b) Example of breakage in collodion bag that results in tissue spillage and an area of tissue detection failure. The red vertical line divides the area scanned at high resolution (right) and area skipped for scanning (left). A fragment of missed tissue is marked by the red free-form line