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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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The urine cytology and histopathology with biopsy via endoscope will significantly improve the diagnosis.
The thyroid cancer diagnosis market is segmented into diagnostic surgeries, histopathology, secondary surgery and annual new patient hormone replacement therapy.
The diseases are listed in order of their expected frequency in an average dermatopathology practice, and they briefly describe and illustrate representative disorders in each category and their histopathology, and list conditions for differential diagnosis.
Yesterday afternoon, there was a small chemical incident in the histopathology department of the pathology laboratory at South Tyneside District Hospital.
Such risk is not limited to chronic active gastritis but is found in other types of gastric histopathology related to H.
Although several studies have shown the positive effects of checklists or templates on the completeness of histopathology reports on colorectal carcinoma resections, (14-23) just one has included more specific data on the sustainability of template use.
Dibi and her associates compared hysteroscopy and biopsy histopathology findings for 507 patients with postmenopausal bleeding.
I want to assure you that in combination with the mammogram machines, which we will buy now, and the high quality of histopathology tests performed at the Nicosia general hospital, we are at a high level concerning prevention and diagnosis of cancer," Malas said.
The action plan report underlined double checking of all histopathology cases was simply not possible.
The aim of this study was to assess the influence of AMFJ on plasma lipids and lipoprotein profile, and histopathology of liver and aorta in rats with dietary-induced hyperlipidemia.
Coretech is a provider of instruments, reagents and consumables for clinical and research histopathology laboratories.