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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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14] Consequently, high suspicion at primary procedure on the part of otorhinolaryngologist and coordination with histopathologist are paramount in diagnosis and treatment of NP.
There has been a significant rise in the workload and experience of histopathologists due to increased endoscopies and gastroenterology practices.
The responsible histopathologist at the Medical Laboratory ("Pathologist") committed medical malpractice when examining the lymph node samples and failing to diagnose lymphoma, resulting in an unnecessary treatment plan for tuberculosis.
Many times in instances of ample discrepancy between imaging and pathologic findings, the histopathologists have been requested by the referring specialists to have a 'second look' into the slides and /or prompted to repeat biopsy to have a reviewed opinion as the radiologist's opinion of MRI/CT differ widely.
Cooperation between clinicians and histopathologists is vital in diagnosing MRS.
The hospital now houses a team of surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, histopathologists and plastic surgeons.
The purpose of this work is to increase awareness of both clinicians and pathologists about such lesions and highlight the unusual microscopic features which are likely to mislead histopathologists on light microscopy.
Our objective is to highlight this rare clinicopathological entity to head and neck surgeons and histopathologists.
describe the cytologic, small core biopsy, immunohistochemical, and molecular diagnostic features of benign and malignant musculoskeletal lesions for cytopathologists, histopathologists, and residents.
Histopathologists and the practitioners together can efficiently achieve the task of prompt diagnosis and timely management of Verrucous carcinoma
The Royal College of Pathologists (RC Path) guidelines have identified the cholecystectomy specimens as potentially of "limited or no clinical value" in an attempt to address the increase workload of histopathologists, inappropriate use of their time and the improper use of limited recourses.
Histopathologists concluded that the abscess associated with deep fungal infection was morphologically consistent with histoplasmosis.