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hematopathology

[‚he·məd·ō·pə′thäl·ə·jē]
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As a distinguished hematopathologist at the National Cancer Institute (U.
com While the exact figures are yet to be released, a senior consultant hematopathologist said that there has been an evident rise in the numbers.
hematopathologist and co-investigator at Cleveland Clinic said, This is an important advance in our ability to accurately diagnose B-cell lymphomas because conventional IHC (immunohistochemistry) and CISH (chromogenic in situ hybridization) methods to establish clonality simply don t work for the majority of NHLs for various reasons .
Dr Aaron Han, Hematopathologist and Chief of Pathology at AHD, explained : "Flow Cytometry is a sophisticated instrument that can specifically analyse cells using a laser detector.
However, this procedure is invasive, time consuming and has to be diligently examined by a hematopathologist.
All pathology was reviewed by a leukemia hematopathologist to verify the diagnosis and to classify each case according to the WHO classification.
10), (11) Bone marrow fibrosis at diagnosis was assessed by an expert hematopathologist and scored according to one of the two grading scales that was in use at the time of pathologic examination as reported in detail elsewhere.
Oza has joined UAMS as an assistant professor, a staff hematopathologist and the director of the University Hospital Blood Bank.
Barry brings nearly 15 years of professional experience to the company, having previously served as a hematopathologist and medical director at Clarient (now GE) and director of molecular pathology and hematopathology at PhenoPath Laboratories.
Chris Chong, a hematopathologist practicing with a sizable group in the Midwest.
Thus it is incumbent on the hematopathologist to be aware of this event and identify the consequences and aetiology of this rare entity.
In addition, to allow for a uniform classification of NHL, pathology slides were obtained and reviewed by an expert hematopathologist at NYU (G.