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histologist

[hi′stäl·ə·jəst]
(anatomy)
An individual who specializes in histology.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In 2006, Buesa (5) reported results from a survey on the productivity of 163 US laboratories and found that a histologist could process 8600 blocks to stained glass slides per year.
A dedicated histologist was present at all biopsies to confirm that an adequate number of glomeruli were present in the biopsy specimen.
UP CLOSE : Trainee biomedical scientist Ravinder Bains and a biopsy taken from a patient's colon ANALYSE THIS: Histologist Debbie Smith (left) and heathcare assistant Wendy Catchpole get to the heart of the matter and (top) pathologist Dr David Snead
She worked as a histologist and medical technologist.
She graduated from Worcester Commerce High School and became a histologist working at St.
Dr Virginia Livingston-Wheeler worked with many distinguished scientists throughout her long career, including Dr Roy Allen, an expert microscopist and histologist. In August 1948 Allen published The Microscopy of micro-organisms associated with neoplasms in which he stressed the pleomorphic appearance of the microbe isolated from the blood of cancer patients.
But Dr Leslie Davidson, a histologist from Leeds General Infirmary, said the levels were no more than average.
Lest you suspect fraud, you should know that the transformed host and wine, which had been kept in reliquaries since the eighth century and occasionally examined by experts, were last scientifically analysed in November 1970 by an histologist from the University of Arezzo who examined both substances microscopically.
Chapter 3 considers short stories by the Nobel Prize-winning histologist Ramon y Cajal (signed Doctor Bacteria), and La fe by Palacio Valdes, while in Chapter 4 there is an examination of writings that popularized science, using Ramon y Cajal's works of scientific popularization and Pardo Bazan's essay 'La ciencia amena'.
Richard Aranibar is a lung specialist and wife Julie trained as a molecular histologist. So when the couple went shopping for a new home, they naturally hired the area's only specialist in building healthy homes, Pruett Builders, Inc.
And as a microbiologist and a cell histologist, I saw that the flora that makes up that food is only one step away from a mold, fungi, and yeast.
Radial scars are difficult for the histologist to distinguish from tubular carcinoma.