cytopathology

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cytopathology

[¦sīd·ō·pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
A branch of pathology concerned with abnormalities within cells.
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Satoh et al., "Cytopathologic features of secondary peripheral ameloblastic carcinoma: a case report," Diagnostic Cytopathology, vol.
Cytopathologic examination revealed large amounts of oval to elongate, occasionally cigar-shaped, yeast cells, measuring 3 to 5 pm, inside or outside macrophages, which were consistent with Sporothrix schenckii (Figure 2).
present 749 high-resolution radiologic, cytopathologic, and histopathologic images arranged side-by-side for clinicians like cytopathologists, radiologists, and surgical pathologists who want to understand the radiographic correlates to cytopathologic diagnoses and how radiologic-cytopathologic correlation aids in accurate interpretation of a pathologic process.
The positive peritoneal effusion: a retrospective study of cytopathologic diagnoses with autopsy confirmation.
While histologic confirmation of pilomatricoma following surgical excision of the lesion is relatively straightforward, preoperative diagnosis is complicated by the propensity for falsely positive malignant interpretation of cytopathologic samples.
(28) On-site cytopathologic analysis can be helpful in determining the need for additional aspiration specimen for diagnosis, obtaining material for stains and cultures when infection is suspected, or the need for histologic samples using cutting biopsy needles.
Histopathologic and cytopathologic diagnostic discrepancies in head and neck region: pitfalls, causes, and preventive strategies.
Fine-needle biopsy of cervical lymph nodes in patients with thyroid cancer: a prospective comparison of cytopathologic and tissue marker analysis.
DNA samples from 39 patients (male, 22; female, 16; mean age, 64.4 years) with confirmed PDAC (cytopathologic analysis) and 20 patients (male, 20; mean age, 56 years) with confirmed chronic pancreatitis (CP) (cytopathologic analysis and follow-up) were included in this pilot study.
Evidence shows that patients with Graves' disease may have cytopathologic findings that resemble papillary thyroid carcinoma.