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histopathology

[‚hi·stō·pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(pathology)
A branch of pathology that deals with tissue changes associated with disease.
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The resected specimen was sent for histopathological evaluation.
Routine histopathological sections were stained with haematoxylin-eosin stain.
Correlation between clinical and histopathological findings was seen in 96% of cases and that between histopathological and DIF findings in 89% of cases.
Included all cases for fine-needle aspiration cytology reference and histopathological to correlation with retrospective aspect.
The objective of present study is to evaluate the pathogenesis of virulent strain of field IBDV by estimating biochemical and histopathological changes produced in commercial broilers (immuned birds) and specific antibody negative chicks (Non immuned birds).
Thymus and spleen were separated from each mouse and histopathological changes were observed.
After definitive surgery and final detailed histopathological report, size, grade, stage and histopathological type of tumor along with lymph node status were recorded on a proforma.
While they are classified according to the histopathological variants as follicular, plexiform, acanthomatous and granular cell types, followed by basal cell ameloblastoma, desmoplastic and clear cell variants, which are the uncommon forms of ameloblastoma according to its histological picture.
How can the autopsy report indicate that [she died of] complications due to the operation when there are no histopathological examination results yet that would establish the cause of death?
The presence of granulomatous inflammation in biopsy specimens in cancer patients therefore presents a dilemma because most of the time it is a finding on histopathological studies done during the diagnostic work-up and staging of the suspected malignancy.
Histopathological study of spectrum of the lesions of central nervous system in a tertiary care hospital.
Endoscopic biopsy from pyloric growth was taken and histopathological study revealed chronic gastritis with regenerative changes of epithelium without any evidence of invasive neoplasm.