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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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Genzen and Krasowski (8) asked 52 practicing trainers who were involved in training clinical pathology residents across the country, "What have been the major challenges in teaching clinical chemistry to pathology residents?
The following topics are addressed in the chapters: Chapter 1 is "Principles of clinical pathology and decision making", Chapter 2 is "Pathophysiology", Chapter 3 is "Pharmacology", Chapter 4 is "Immune system", Chapter 5 is "Oncology", Chapter 6 is "Cardiovascular and hematological systems", Chapter 7 is "Pulmonary system", Chapter 8 is "Gastrointestinal and hepaticbiliary systems", Chapter 9 is "Renal and urogenital systems", Chapter 10 is "Endocrine and metabolic systems", Chapter 11 is "Eye, ear, nose, throat, and mouth disorders", Chapter 12 is "Dermatological conditions", Chapter 13 is "Neurological System", and Chapter 14 is "Psychological conditions".
But many works were also implemented in his own clinical pathology laboratory.
College-level libraries strong in veterinary references at the advanced level will appreciate the second updated edition of Fundamentals of Veterinary Clinical Pathology.
For clinical pathology in particular, the myriad of consultative activities of the laboratory medicine resident have always been a difficult area for documentation since these consultations are not routinely included in the patient chart in most institutions.
of New York Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn) present the 21st edition of a medical textbook that aims to comprehensively treat the discipline of clinical pathology and laboratory medicine for medical students, physicians, and laboratory practitioners.
EATING foods rich in vitamin D such as those containing eggs and oily fish may slow the progression of breast cancer according to British research published in the Journal of Clinical Pathology.
To this end pathologists have developed (and are continuing to develop) controlled vocabularies for both human clinical pathology [e.
Epidemiology, diagnosis, clinical pathology and treatment of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) in South Africa.
Micropathology Ltd, based at the University of Warwick Science Park, Barclays Venture Centre, off Sir William Lyons Road, Canley, has been presented with the award from the Clinical Pathology Accreditation Agency.
Layfield, MD, FASCP, received the 2011 Ward Burdick Award for Distinguished Service to Clinical Pathology at the 2011 annual meeting in Las Vegas.
Contract notice: "Deliveries of reagents and laboratory consumables for the Department of Clinical Pathology and Clinical Laboratory to" Complex Oncology Center - Plovdiv "Ltd.

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