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pathologist

[pə′thäl·ə·jəst]
(medicine)
A person who specializes in the study and practice of pathology.
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During the inquest into the death of Karau in June, the pathologist in charge of Meru Level 5 Hospital, Dr Scholastica Kimani, told magistrate Evans Mbicha that Njue disappeared with the organs.
"We concurred that there was a single gunshot wound that caused a lot of bleeding internally leading to death," said the family pathologist.
Congressmen are confident President Rodrigo Duterte will sign into law a bill that would regulate the practice of Speech Language Pathology and promote the creation of groups of competent, world-class and globally competitive speech language pathologists.
Impact of pathologist involvement in sarcoma and rare tumor patient support groups on Facebook: a survey of 542 patients and family members.
Use cases for digital pathology are vast and include: primary diagnosis including faster access to immunohistochemistry (IHC) and special stains, remote frozen section diagnosis, remote rapid assessments on radiology directed biopsies, consultations or second opinions from within the practice, backup coverage for subspecialty pathologists, secondary consultations from outside experts, in-sourcing of consultations from other countries, education and training of histologists, medical students and pathology residents, validation and verification of new stains, peer review, tumor boards, quantitative analysis of biomarkers such as estrogen and progesterone receptors, and research applications, including clinical trials.
All these junior pathologists when they start sign out in these big centers are exposed to the wrath of clinicians, patients and now governing bodies like Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC).
Dr Suzy President of The Collegeof Hosted by the Royal College of Pathologists, the talk will include what examination of the body after death can reveal, and why future post mortems may not even require a scalpel.
"At the start of 2016 the department had five pathologists but I believe by July it will have just one," he said.
Even if you have never really heard about pathologists and the work they do, the benefits of having one in the community are numerous due to their essential role in correctly identifying and diagnosing various diseases.
The workshop was facilitated by senior consultant pathologist Mayo Clinic Rochester USA Dr Saba Yasir and it was attended by practicing pathologists and pathology residents.
A, a pathologist, and a core biopsy interpreted by Dr.
Summary: The pathologist who carried out the first autopsy on Ian Tomlinson after he died at the G20 protest has been found guilty of misconduct.

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