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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The cytological evaluation and reporting of thyroid lesions were done in accordance with the Bethesda system of reporting thyroid cytopathology.
She was speaking yesterday at the opening of The Second Symposium for Challenges and Updates in Cytopathology at Crowne Plaza, which was attended by 100 specialists from around the world.
The enhanced classifier's high specificity can identify 30% more patients with benign nodules compared to the Afirma GEC allowing approximately 70% of patients with benign nodules to avoid unnecessary surgery when the cytopathology report is indeterminate.
The categorization of the smears after cytological diagnosis was done in accordance with The Bethesda System for reporting thyroid cytopathology.
In part II of this special section are 4 articles addressing practical, high-yield topics in molecular cytopathology.
Two cases, which were found to be benign/unremarkable on cytopathology showed findings of linear large rods like calcifications and lucent-centered calcifications in regional distribution.
With education as a key concern for this workgroup, the Advanced Cytopathology Education (ACE) program has been working collaboratively to help cytotechnologists grow to meet both current and evolving responsibilities.
Cancer Cytopathology is a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society.
compile 12 chapters on the surgical pathology and cytopathology of breast lesions.
He retired in 1993 from the clinical medical technology and exfoliative cytopathology field.
Despite the wide use of cytopathological methods in many specialties of medicine, oral cytopathology is still controversial.