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histopathology

[‚hi·stō·pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
A branch of pathology that deals with tissue changes associated with disease.
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According to the non clinical issues, such as the traditional use of a given laboratory or, most important, the cost of the kits in each particular country, NE specific markers through affordable techniques should be utilized before a final diagnosis of PNECs be established by the histopathologist.
They'd all been reported as benign by consultant histopathologist Dr Roger Williams between October 2004 and September 2007.
The Eastern European doctor worked as a locum consultant histopathologist between February 15 and July20, 2007, during which he made a catalogue of errors leading to incorrect or inadequate diagnosis of patients.
The authors wish to thank Dr Catherine Michail-Strantzia, MD, Histopathologist, Deputy Director of the department of Histopathology of the Children's Hospital, for the histological examination and the picture provided.
Sections (5 [micro]m) were stained with hemotoxylin and eosin, and were examined by an histopathologist who did not know the details of treatment groups.
Partridge is a histopathologist at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in London, England.
Nothing changes: at medical school many of us were taught convincingly about the causal role of the vagus and excess acid secretion in the generation of peptic ulceration - and the idea that infection could be the cause of peptic ulcers was beyond the pale, even though bacteria attached to the wall of the stomach were clearly visible to the astute histopathologist.
Microarray analysis was performed only on specimens with at least 30% tumour as evaluated by an experienced histopathologist, in accordance with FDA requirements.
Dr Dragana Cvijan, consultant histopathologist at Walsall Manor Hospital, who carried out a post mortem, found that Craig's death was caused by methadone toxicity exacerbated by alcohol consumption, compounded by underlying signs of bronchial pneumonia.
Although not primarily a histopathologic diagnosis, the controversial entity of HIV enteropathy also warrants consideration when the histopathologist is confronted with certain biopsy features in an appropriate clinical setting.