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Flow Cytometry vs PARR

If you need to confirm neoplasia, then PARR is preferred because it can not only determine if a neoplastic population is present but also provide phenotype. The other instance PARR is preferred is when you have dead tissue (ie. lymph node cytology slides). Flow cytometry is especially helpful in distinguishing among the various types of leukemia in patients with a lymphocytosis. Continue reading

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