morbid anatomy

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morbid anatomy

[′mȯr·bəd ə′nad·ə·mē]
(pathology)
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On his return to South Africa, Dirk was invited to apply for and obtained the post of Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomical Pathology in the newly established Faculty of Medicine in Bloemfontein.
The "parts" the hospital should be involved with include providing the processing of the technical component, providing the contract pathologist to perform the professional component at the practice site, and supplying anatomical pathology software.
Anatomical pathology is not a common specialisation in South Africa.
Qualifications: Certificate and diploma in anatomical pathology technology, British Institute Of Embalming qualified.
VEINOT, MD, FRCPC Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Ottawa, and Division of Anatomical Pathology, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Ottawa Hospital, Civic Campus, The University of Ottawa Heart Institute Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
From the Department of Anatomical Pathology, South African Institute for Medical Research (Dr.
BRLI primarily focuses on esoteric testing, molecular diagnostics, anatomical pathology, women's health and correctional health care.
Contract notice: Supply administration continued for three years of service equipment and related diagnostic materials and consumables for molecular biology tests, hla, flow cytometry, tromboelasometria and anatomical pathology.
Traditionally the Anatomical Pathology program issued test material in the form of glass slides but as the program expanded difficulties sourcing the volume of test material required to meet program needs became difficult.
The end-users segment includes clinical diagnostic laboratories, hospitals, anatomical pathology laboratories, blood banks, molecular diagnostic laboratories.
In South Africa, academic and/or anatomical pathology autopsies are conducted in terms of the Human Tissue Act (Act 65 of 1983).
Award: Anatomical pathology and stat laboratory reference testing