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Not uncommonly we encounter cases of prostate biopsy where we see small focus of glands that we can not call benign and at the same time we can not be sure that it is malignant. We the new advances in Immunohistochemistry , now we can examine the basal layer in the prostate glands. This basal layer is present in benign prostate glands but is absent in malignant prostate glands. By performing special stains for this basal layer we can be sure that this focus is a malignant focus

This stain (which is a subdivision of cytokeratin types) can be performed in our lab on prostate tissue sections to give the most and the best accurate diagnosis in questionable cases

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We, in the First Medical Laboratory, are dedicated to bring the best of laboratory medicine to clinical practice to Jordan

Dr. Hussam Abu-Farsakh

American Board of Anatomic & Clinical Pathology, and Cytopathology
 

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