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clinical pathology

[′klin·ə·kəl pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
A medical specialty encompassing the diagnostic study of disease by means of laboratory tests of material from the living patient.
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In line with the analysis of Rangan and Bowman (32), we argue that clinical pathologists should be prepared for future threats and opportunities by enhancing efficiency and providing value-added services.
Twenty minutes are allocated to describe the roles of anatomic and clinical pathologists in patient care (including testing performed by the different laboratories); familiarize students with mechanisms to contact hospital pathologists; detail the pathology resources available to students, such as the online laboratory manual; and describe pathology residency training pathways.
Although this proposal attempts to be an all-encompassing roadmap to train clinical pathologists in the 21st century, many issues are still apparent that we would like to address here.
Thrall has participated in the training of more than 40 veterinary clinical pathologists and more than 20 graduate students.
I believe that the current medical environment has provided us a tremendous opportunity and by us I mean hospitals and those of us who are hospital-based, clinical pathologists and pathology departments in general.
Your institution undoubtedly has an alert system in place that was developed by your clinical pathologist with the medical staff.
He is also a member of numerous professional organizations including the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, Society for Cryobiology, The American Association for Advancement of Science, College of American Pathologist (Fellow) and American Society of Clinical Pathologist (Fellow).
Stankovic is a clinical pathologist and is board certified in clinical pathology and blood-banking/transfusion medicine by the American Board of Pathology.
Winkelman is a renowned clinical pathologist who brings leadership experience in the diagnostic sciences at leading university hospitals and for-profit clinical laboratories.
Dave Nordin, a clinical pathologist, "Any time a company can trim the knowledge path, especially globally and over language or cultural barriers, efficacy rates go up, greater and more efficient understanding is achieved, and everybody wins.
Because such a finding constitutes a diagnosis, the clinical pathologist or hematologist should review the blood film before the report is sent out.
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