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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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In house Histopathologists able to prioritise clinical lists during periods of annual leave.
Microarray analysis was performed only on specimens with at least 30% tumour as evaluated by an experienced histopathologist, in accordance with FDA requirements.
Relocation of the department to bring consultant histopathologists together and allow easier communication.
Some, called histopathologists, do carry out tests on the dead, but this is mostly to learn more about why and how they died, rather than to help identify crime.
recent years as the number of qualified consultant histopathologists has
Anne Thorpe, pathology subcommittee chairwoman, said there had been a shortage of paediatric histopathologists for years.
The BMA's Anne Thorpe said there had been a shortage of paediatric histopathologists for years.
In the early development of microarrays and their application in toxicology, some predictions were made that histopathologists would become an endangered species, made redundant by the new technology.
Biopsy specimens were reviewed by a panel of histopathologists to determine a final diagnosis by which LuViva and the other tests were compared.
Now the new high volume scanner will give histopathologists even greater speed and efficiency to scan slides, create case files and manage their workflow.
All specimens were analyzed in the same histopathology department by at least 2 consultant histopathologists.