TECHNIC FOR REMOVAL OF WHOLE RETINAS.
Rept. for 1962-1966.
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX
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A method of dissection that provides undamaged, intact retinas is described. Whole eyes are soaked successively in 10 buffered formaldehyde, distilled water, 60 alcohol, and distilled water. The eye globe is divided into two sections and the whole retina is removed by a gravity flow technic. The retina is then clover-leafed, stained, and mounted on a glass slide. Author
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