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histologist

[hi′stäl·ə·jəst]
(anatomy)
An individual who specializes in histology.
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Therefore, the greater productivity in larger institutions is most likely related to the fact that a higher number of certified, trained histologist FTEs are dedicated to routine histology tasks such as embedding and microtomy.
Professor Odoardo Linoli, the histologist, also stated that in his opinion fraud was unlikely for several reasons.
An Italian histologist, Camillo Golgi (1843 or 1844-1926), fifteen years before, had devised a system of staining with silver compounds that brought out the structure of neurons in fine detail.
The tissue biopsy is sent to the histotechnician and histologist for preparation prior to study by the pathologist.
The Golgi tendon organ is named after Camillo Golgi (pronounced Gol-jee), an Italian histologist who studied many types of nerve cells with early microscopes (1878) (Fig.
In addition to testing pus samples or serologic analysis, biopsy specimens should be examined by a histologist, as recently proposed for patients with lymphadenopathy (8,38,39).
Ehrlich left an everlasting legacy in medicine with his eclectic career as an organic chemist, histologist, immunologist, hematologist, and pharmacologist.
19) The court said that a subclinical asbestos-related injury prior to manifestation may be of interest to a histologist and of vital concern to liability insurers and their insureds but that the injury did not constitute the actual loss or damage to the plaintiff's interest required to sustain a cause of action under generally applicable principles of tort law.
In 1908 at the Congress of Hematologic Society in Berlin, the Russian histologist and lecturer Alexander Maksimov proposed the term "stem cell" for scientific use.
Bonnie is employed as a histologist by Kessler Memorial Hospital in Hammonton, New Jersey.
9) Ira van Gieson, an outstanding researcher of the time, was considered both a bacteriologist and a histologist.
grew and grew, till to be an histologist became practically synonymous with being a dyer, with this difference, that the professional dyer knew what he was about, while the histologist, with few exceptions, did not know, nor does he to the present day.