anatomopathologic

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anatomopathologic

adjective Pertaining to the gross and microscopic findings of a disease.
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Open Competition: Open tender to determine the provider of complex optical microscopes for the project: The new anatomopathological body with an experimental laboratory for the Research Institute of the joint venture it.
Anatomopathological examination confirmed prostate cancer pT3b pNO (0/19) cMO, Gleason 7 (4+3).
Although Wg poisoning shows characteristic anatomopathological findings, sometimes complementary methods to confirm the diagnosis are necessary, mainly when the number of dead animals is large or when the economic value of a particular animal is high.
During Cast Lead operation the Israeli army used, for instance, white phosphorus as incendiary weapon; however, given the wound and amputation anatomopathological features, the use of weapons other than conventional ones it is certain.
A case of L3-L4 dislocation, without fracture of the inter-articular processes or neurological lesion, is presented, with discussion of the anatomopathological mechanism of injury and the applied treatment.
This in situ proteomic approach has been used for anatomoproteomic classification of diseases such as lung carcinoma (9) and brain tumors (10), thus enhancing anatomopathological diagnostic techniques.
Supplier of X-ray medical diagnostic devices for the project: New anatomopathological body with an experimental laboratory for scientific research institute SP them.
The anatomopathological investigation reported right-sided renal metastasis of moderately differentiated colon adenocarcinoma and massively necrotic renal parenchyma.
We thank Bernard Saint Aubert, Marc Ychou, and Pierre Senesse for providing colorectal tissues and Joelle Simony-Lafontaine for the anatomopathological analysis of biopsies.
Diagnosis is anatomopathological and is characterized by the presence of ducts lined with epithelium combined with the absence of atypia and mitotic activity, positive extra-cellular PAS staining and prominent membranes associated with the presence of interspersed inflammatory cells.
2] or sepsis [procalcitonin and C-reactive protein (CRP)] (27, 28), and anatomopathological findings in nonsurvivors; (c) to correlate cTn concentrations with in vivo LV dysfunction as assessed by two-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography (TEE).
We thank Bernard Saint Aubert and Marc Ychou for providing colorectal tissues, and Joelle Simony-Lafontaine for the anatomopathological analysis of biopsies.