The lab analyst applies an additional in situ hybridization single probe stain on a slide or slides prepared from the same patient specimen as the initial probe stain, such as tumor tissue. The lab analyst processes the slides using computer assisted technology that counts or estimates the number of probes. Then a qualified provider, typically a pathologist, evaluates the stained slides and the results of the computer enumeration, and interprets the results to provide a pathologic diagnosis.
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