Laboratory Test Information Guide

Details for Lymphoma Prep

Test Name: Lymphoma Prep
Alternate Name(s): 
Laboratory: Pathology
Specimen Type: Tissue biopsy, fresh or in saline
Collection Information: DO NOT ADD FORMALIN
Prior notification needed.
Contact Pathology immediately using the following guidelines:
MONDAY-FRIDAY 0800-1800

Collection SiteContact NumberSend Specimen to:
UHExt. 35719Pathology Lab UH, Room A2-181
VHExt. 52904 or Pager 17917Pathology Lab VH, Room D2-700
SJHCPager 15924Pathology SRA UH, Room A3-249
Strathroy Middlesex General (SM)and Four Counties Health Services (FC)519-685-8500 Ext. 35719Pathology SRA UH, Room A3-249

MONDAY-FRIDAY 1800-0800 OR WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS:
Contact Switchboard and page the Anatomical Pathologist or Resident on-call.

Note: Specimen should reach the designated Pathology Lab within 15-30 minutes.
Requisition: Powerchart:
eOrder choosing appropriate specimen and "Special handling lymphomaprep, Introp-frozen"
See Identification of Clinical Specimens
Test Schedule: Refer to Collection Information
Turnaround time from when specimen
is received in testing laboratory:
 
Routine
48-72 hours
Stat
N/A
 
Reference Range: See report
Effective Date: 2009-10-08
Revised Date: 2018-03-26
Critical Value:  
Interpretive Comments:  
Special Processing:  
Comments: Deliver as directed to Pathology Laboratory.
Specimen should reach Pathology within 15-30 minutes.
May be done as part of a Frozen section to make a diagnosis of lymphoproliferative disorder or to narrow the differential diagnosis and confirm adequate sampling of the tissue.
Method of Analysis:  
Critical Information Required: Clinical history is crucial to an accurate diagnosis.
Storage & Shipment:  
System Codes: 
Cerner
Surgical Pathology Request
 
Referred To:  

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