synoptic report


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synoptic report

[sə′näp·tik ri′pȯrt]
(meteorology)
An encoded and transmitted synoptic weather observation.
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The CAP specifically requires that each element in a synoptic report be reported in a required data element (RDE) pair consisting of the element and the corresponding response (CAP Laboratory Accreditation Process Checklist question ANP.
Finally, the Minister for Fishing presented the Synoptic Report number 247, of 25th July 2016, on various matters of interest to the fishing sector.
Prostate gland biopsies and prostatectomies were reported using a synoptic report adapted from the templates developed by the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
The creation of this synoptic report requires additional time and energy by the pathologist, but it is of value if it improves the completeness or the readability of the report for clinicians.
1 (6) surgical result with synoptic report Papanicolaou cytology report 17.
However, for each major class of bone marrow neoplasms, there are data sets that are essential for clinical decisions, and these should be reliably reported every time in the structured format of a synoptic report.
Although some pathologists have engaged end users in the design of a synoptic report, this has been done without scientific evidence or the application of human factors engineering concepts.
26,27) When available, the integration of functional imaging data is of clinical interest and will ascertain the completeness of the synoptic report.
I think the synoptic report change will benefit everyone: surgical pathologists, molecular pathologists, and other laboratory professionals, and most of all, the patient; it will help get the best molecular answer in the shortest time possible.
Despite efforts to maximize the completeness and potential accuracy of reporting by the introduction of a synoptic report, it remains unknown whether the assessment of rectal cancer specimens by a subspecialist pathologist confers any additional benefit.
3) In practical terms, it is difficult to simply use a synoptic report designed for a different organ system, such as colorectal tumors for CNS tumors, and it is quite likely that very few neuropathologists have adopted synoptic reporting.
2,3) Inclusion of these data will be important in a useful synoptic report.