environmental pathology

environmental pathology

[in‚vī·ərn¦ment·əl pa′thäl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
A branch of pathology concerned with abiotic environmental agents that influence human health.
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Additionally, his interests include environmental pathology and consequences of the Chernobyl disaster, health care organisation, social aspects of architecture and town planning, demography and overpopulation, and he has had articles on these topics published in Russia and abroad.
Designed for beginning students of veterinary pathology, this new edition includes new chapters on infectious diseases, nutritional and metabolic diseases, ecosystems and environmental pathology, forensic pathology and terrorism in its coverage of new scientific information on mechanisms of general tissue injury into the language of medicine.
His research focuses on environmental pathology, infectious diseases, and toxicology of aquatic organisms, with emphasis on the Chesapeake Bay and its fauna.
Its growing research and development program include research in basic science, environmental pathology and toxicology, geographic and infectious disease pathology, oncology, molecular diagnostics and forensic science.
Most aspects of the discipline are covered, including principles of pathology such as cell injury, inflammation, immunopathology, nutrition, genetics, environmental pathology, and neoplasia.
Louis University School of Medicine, Division of Forensic and Environmental Pathology, is a board-certified pathologist in anatomic, clinical and forensic pathology.
Presented as a poster at the XXII International Congress of the International Academy of Pathology and 13th World Congress of Academic and Environmental Pathology, Nice, France, October 21, 1998.
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