autopsy pathology

autopsy pathology

the study of disease by the examination of the body after death by a pathologist. The organs and tissues are first described by their appearance at the time of dissection, then by their appearance in the microscopic examination or laboratory analysis of small representative samples of tissue taken for their diagnostic value.
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Combined with the trend away from autopsy pathology by many practicing pathologists, the result is that fewer clinicians currently have an opportunity to see for themselves what caused their patients' symptoms and death.
Unfortunately, autopsy pathology is nearly a lost art even in rich countries.
It is inevitable that many thousands of these autopsies will be conducted by colleagues who have little or no formal training in autopsy pathology and technique.
Anatomic pathology (AP) includes surgical and autopsy pathology, and cytopathology while clinical pathology (CP) includes the major disciplines in the clinical laboratory, chemistry, microbiology, hematology, transfusion medicine, and molecular biology.
William Tigertt, and later Herbert Davenport, did surgical and autopsy pathology.
Autopsy pathology and disease patterns in Shiraz, Iran, 1960-1974.
Areas of clinical trial and clinical practice expertise include tissue pathology, cytopathology, which uses the ThinPrep[TM] specimen preparation, autopsy pathology and toxicology.
Listening to the discussions, I became fascinated with pathology, particularly with autopsy pathology, and that feeling has remained ever since.
The package features modules for cytopathology, FNA biopsy, and surgical and autopsy pathology, all with full imaging capabilities.
CAP PIP (Performance Improvement Program) in Surgical Pathology, Autopsy Pathology, and Cytology
Survey of Autopsy Pathology Education Program Subscribers
The name Grover Hutchins is synonymous with autopsy pathology throughout the world.